House on Fire crowds and other bits and pieces
House on Fire, an Ancestral Puebloan structure in southeastern Utah, is not particularly significant from an archaeological standpoint. The architecture, while robust enough to still be intact a millennium later, does not stand out, nor do archaeologists believe that the site had significance as a trading, political, or ceremonial center in its time.
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