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Dan J. Simplicio

Cultural Specialist

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

HQ Phone:  (970) 565-8975

Email: d***@***.org

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Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

23390 ROAD K

Cortez, Colorado,81321

United States

Company Description

The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center maintains high ethical and professional standards in its research and education programs. This helps ensure that the Center meets its responsibilities to the general public. It also helps maintain Crow Canyon's reputation ...more

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Employment History

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Dan Simplicio Consulting


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Affiliations

Zuni Pueblo Council

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Staff - Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Research Staff, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Dan Simplicio
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Society for Cultural Astronomy in the American Southwest - 2016 Conference

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We want to particularly thank Mark Varien, Grant Coffey and Dan Simplicio of Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and the Crow Canyon Research Institute for their assistance in planning the conference and helping us to ensure a flawless execution of events.


Indian Camp Ranch - America's First Archeological Subdivision | San Juan Independent

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For Dan Simplicio, a Zuni Indian who is Crow Canyon's Cultural Specialist, there is no Indiana-Jones-style mystique to be found in the ground where his ancestors are buried.
Simplicio originally worked as an archeologist, fascinated by the history of the Southwest, but, he said, "I think I dug the last hole I ever wanted to about 20 years ago. Now, his job at Crow Canyon is to interface between the scientists and native people. "I'm the only Pueblo person here for a 50 mile radius," said Simplicio. (The Zunis are one of several Pueblo tribes thought to have evolved from the Ancestral Puebloans.) "Creating that advocacy here is a long term goal. Simplicio was attracted to his job as a way to share his tribe's beliefs, including the core idea that historical sites should never be disturbed. "Archeology, in itself, is the most destructive science there is," he said,"It destroys sites." Researchers talk about preserving the past, but, said Simplicio, "Native people only know one thing: continuance. According to the oral record that's been passed down through generations, the Ancestral Puebloan people originated in the Grand Canyon and then migrated "in all directions, looking for the center of the world," Dan explained. "Archie isn't from around here, so he doesn't understand the value of it to us," said Simplicio. "We left that place there that's been co-opted," said Simplicio.


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