On a bluff overlooking Arkansas City, Hap McLeod points out where a Spanish expedition in 1601 first saw Etzanoa, one of the largest Native American cities in the nation. Historians believe it housed 20,000 residents. Through the years, it has been referred to as the Lost City. The public can now tour some of the areas of Etzanoa.
On a bluff overlooking Arkansas City, Hap McLeod points out where a Spanish expedition in 1601 first saw Etzanoa, one of the largest Native American cities in the nation. Historians believe it housed 20,000 residents. Through the years, it has been referred to as the Lost City. The public can now tour some of the areas of Etzanoa. Beccy Tanner The Wichita Eagle
On a bluff overlooking Arkansas City, Hap McLeod points out where a Spanish expedition in 1601 first saw Etzanoa, one of the largest Native American cities in the nation. Historians believe it housed 20,000 residents. Through the years, it has been referred to as the Lost City. The public can now tour some of the areas of Etzanoa. Beccy Tanner The Wichita Eagle