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Hundreds of years ago, the Ancestral Pueblo people were pouring immense time and energy into weaving intricate items such as clothing and sandals. And while people all across the region seem to have utilized these items, recent studies suggest that a particular group may have been responsible for most of the manufacturing. This specialization has been part of the fabric of society for Hopi, Pueblo, Zuni people for thousands of years. Subscribe, rate, and review Mesa Verde Voices wherever you listen to podcasts, and learn more at mesaverdevoices.org. This is the final episode of our 3rd season, Mesa Verde Voices will be back with more new episodes this fall. Mesa Verde Voices is produced by KSJD Community Radio in Cortez, Colorado with support from the Mesa Verde Museum Association and the National Park Service.