Susan Lamb began interpreting ancestral and modern Puebloan people in 1983, at a little Puebloan site called Tusayan in Grand Canyon National Park. She left the National Park Service in 1987 to become a freelance writer of natural and human history. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, with her husband, photographer Tom Bean.
First brought to the attention of the world in 1888, Mesa Verde has astonished and mesmerized countless visitors ever since. Spectacular cliff-side and mesa top dwellings reveal centuries of pre-columbian culture. Susan Lamb's evocative essays reveal and explain the story of this fascinationg American treasure.