Pre-historic Flutes of the American Southwest

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 ● To Zoom In – (1) Double Click, (2) make a selection while Holding the ⇧ Key,
      or (3) Use your Mouse Wheel.
 ● To Zoom Out – (1) Double Click while Holding the ⇧ Key, or (2) Use your Mouse Wheel.
 ● To Pan Left or Right – Click, Hold and Drag Left or Right.
 ● To Pan Up or Down – Click, Hold and Drag Up or Down.
 ● To Rotate the Map – Right Click, Hold and Drag Left or Right.
 ● To Tilt Map – Right Click, Hold and Drag Up or Down.

With a Touch Screen:

One Finger:

 ● To Zoom In – Double Tap.
 ● To Pan Left or Right – Press, Hold, and Drag Left or Right.
 ● To Pan Up or Down – Press, Hold, and Drag Up or Down.

Two Fingers:

 ● To Zoom In or Out – Touch and Pinch or Spread,
     with Thumb and Forefinger.
 ● To Rotate the Map – Touch and Spin, with Thumb and Forefinger.
 ● To Tilt the Map – Use Two Finger Touch, while Dragging
     Up or Down.

With a Touch Screen:

One Finger:

 ● To Zoom In – Double Tap.
 ● To Pan Left or Right – Press, Hold, and
     Drag Left or Right.
 ● To Pan Up or Down – Press, Hold, and
     Drag Up or Down.

Two Fingers:

 ● To Zoom In or Out – Touch and Pinch or
     Spread, with Thumb and Forefinger.
 ● To Rotate the Map – Touch and Spin,
     with Thumb and Forefinger.
 ● To Tilt the Map – Use Two Finger Touch,
     while Dragging Up or Down.

Pre-historic southwestern cultures produced birdcalls, whistles, and small flutes from bone, and reed—together with large highly evolved flutes of wood. The later Basketmaker and early Pueblo periods, formerly “Anasazi”, gave rise to some of the most sophisticated instruments in the pre-contact American Southwest — as well as some of the oldest known “wooden flutes” found in the Americas.

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