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Walhalla Glades Pueblo located at the north rim of the Grand Canyon was inhabited by Indians who made this their summer home. The site dates from between 1050 A.D. to 1150 A.D. Perhaps as few as 20 people lived here, but across Walhalla Plateau over 100 farm sites have been found.
This is the end room of Walhalla Glades Pueble and has an unusually large limestone slab that is on-edge. Whether there was some special purpose for this slab is unknown.