St. Clair Mt.

The Verde Hohokam occupied this site atop St. Clair Mt., not far from present-day Horseshoe Lake, sometime between A.D. 1100 and 1300. A 1960s excavation turned up, among many other things, bracelets made from seashells, which led to the ruin's Spanish-influenced name, Brazeletes Pueblo.


This Gila Monster lives inside the ancient ruin

The book Ruins Seldom Seen is available from