Hot Well Fact Sheet

Pottery sherds at Hot Well

All that remains of the Hot Well pueblo is the foundation, which is buried beneath the sand, and a few pebbles and bits of broken pottery. The red-and-blue fragment at right is an example of El Paso Polychrome, which was produced by the people of Hot Well and nearby pueblos.


Equinox sunrise from Room One

A pottery fragment at Hot Well

Rows of pebbles atop Hot Well ruins

Desert vegetation at Hot Well

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