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National and State Register
Ansel Hall Ruin
The site, a loose cluster of individual habitation units surrounding several community structures, is believed to have been built and occupied between AD 1050 and 1150. As one of the few "pure" large Pueblo II sites in Southwestern Colorado, it is important as a representation of the broad patterns of Mesa Verde Anasazi cultural change. Listed under Great Pueblo Period of the McElmo Drainage Unit, AD 1075-1300, Multiple Property Submission.