Proud of its past

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Proud of its past

Edge of the Cedars: What’s found in Utah, stays in Utah
A rare treasure in the Richard and Eve Lynn Perkins collection is this pristine Pueblo III clay flute with a small bird at the flute’s tip.
The archaeological repository wing of the Edge of the Cedars Museum contains state of the art humidity, temperature and security systems so collections from federal lands can be stored close to where they were found.
This story pot is a small black-on-white olla with a dramatic painting of an archer pursuing a mythical bird.
Ancestral Puebloan people crafted everyday ceramic ware for cooking, but they also added whimsical touches such as these pitchers with animal heads. Note the black dog figurine.
Descendants of original Mormon settlers to Blanding urged preservation of this ruin at the Edge of the Cedars museum.
One of the rarest of all Southwest prehistoric artifacts, this macaw feather sash contains scarlet and iridescent blue parrot feathers from a species endemic to equatorial Mexico.

Proud of its past

A rare treasure in the Richard and Eve Lynn Perkins collection is this pristine Pueblo III clay flute with a small bird at the flute’s tip.
The archaeological repository wing of the Edge of the Cedars Museum contains state of the art humidity, temperature and security systems so collections from federal lands can be stored close to where they were found.
This story pot is a small black-on-white olla with a dramatic painting of an archer pursuing a mythical bird.
Ancestral Puebloan people crafted everyday ceramic ware for cooking, but they also added whimsical touches such as these pitchers with animal heads. Note the black dog figurine.
Descendants of original Mormon settlers to Blanding urged preservation of this ruin at the Edge of the Cedars museum.
One of the rarest of all Southwest prehistoric artifacts, this macaw feather sash contains scarlet and iridescent blue parrot feathers from a species endemic to equatorial Mexico.
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