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Shoofly Village archaeological ruins offers visitors a self-guided
tour back into another era. At one time, the Rim country was home
to probably 1,000 different sites that were at the very heart of
the prehistoric cultures of the Southwest. The people who lived in
the Rim country -- known variously as Mogollons, Ancient Ones or
Bunheads -- were literally surrounded by the Sinagua to the north,
the Anasazi to the northeast, the Mogollon to the southeast, the
Salado to the south, and the Hohokam to the southwest.


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