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Southside group 1

This ruined quadrangle does not demand lengthy description. It is utterly dismantled and consists of one great pyramid on the east [[confines plus another ?]] North & West and the bare trace of a building on the south. There is little doubt that this was one of the great ^[[edifices]] structures of the pueblo, older and greater, [[strikethrough]] that [[/strikethrough]] than those so well preserved today. It with its companion groups in this terrace had the best situation & the one to be first & most fully [[delelged ?]].
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