Betatakin en Land Lines: Betatakin <p>At Navajo National Monument up in northeast Arizona, soaring rock alcoves provided shelter for Pueblo people in the thirteenth century. Many alcoves also hold springs, lush with plants. Today on Land Lines, we visit a well-known site, Betatakin--set like a jewel in one of those alcoves.&nbsp;</p><p>&quot;The name for this place is Talastima, place of flowers, or corn tasseling.&nbsp; This is where we came from,&quot;&nbsp;says&nbsp;Lloyd&nbsp;Masayumptewa, a Hopi&nbsp;and&nbsp;a&nbsp;park archeologist.</p> Thu, 19 Apr 2012 11:00:00 +0000 Rose Houk & Michael Collier 12432 at Land Lines: Betatakin