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The Edge of the Cedars Museum houses all Anasazi artifacts that are uncovered in Southeast Utah. Inside, visitors can see the finest exhibits and information about the nature of the Anasazi, including who they were and how they lived. It teaches their ways based from what modern scientists have reconstructed.

The Museum is located on an Anasazi Ruin which was discovered by white settlers in 1905. From 1969 to 1972, archaeologists and students from Weber State College were able to uncover and retrieve certain items from 6 dwellings and ceremonial ruins. Another artifact is the Perfect Kiva Ladder, which has been preserved for the future generations who will pursue the study of these artifacts. In front of the Museum grounds, displays of figures, including the Kokopelli Figure, are the focus of the area.
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