Overview Archeology Contemporary Pueblo Artwork Civilian Conservation Corps Image Gallery
Painting Painting Lamp Pot

This exhibit celebrates the rich and varied museum collections at Bandelier National Monument.

Collections include objects made by Ancestral Pueblo people over 400 years ago and neighboring modern Pueblo peoples; paintings by Pablita Velarde and Helmut Naumer Sr.; and Civilian Conservation Corps tinware and woodwork made in the 1930s.

How to make a pot How to Make a
Pueblo Pot
 Bandelier National Monument
Multimedia: Slide Shows Multimedia:
Slide Shows
Teaching with Museum Collections
Timeline Archeological
Timeline
Habs Haer Click and enter
Bandelier NM to see
architectural drawings
  Discover archeological
    Ancestral Pueblo ceramics
Archeology Pueblos Map Rio Grande
Pueblos Map
National Register of Historic Places National Register
of Historic Places
  View contemporary Pueblo
    ceramics
Contemporary
Multimeida: Pueblo Drummers Multimedia:
Watch and Listen to Pueblo Drummers
National Register Travel Itineraries National Register
Travel Itineraries
  Explore Pablita Velarde's
    paintings of Pueblo life
Pablita Velarde's Artwork
National Historic Landmarks Program National Historic
Landmarks
Program
  
  See the American Southwest
    in Naumer's pastel paintings
Naumer's Artwork Bandelier Site
Site Credits
Bibliography
  View Depression-era tinware
    and woodwork by Civilian    Conservation Corps artisans
Civilian Conservation Corps Civilian Conservation Corps Photo Collection
   Bandelier National Monument was
   established in 1916 to preserve and protect
   thousands of sites occupied by the Ancestral
   Pueblo on the Pajarito Plateau for over
   400 years.
  Examine collection images
    up close!
All Image Gallery
PotPotNational Park ServiceMuseum Management Program