Step Back in Time at Cabot's Pueblo Museum
In 1913, visionary and explorer Cabot Yerxa dug a well with pick and shovel in what is now Desert Hot Springs and discovered the now-famous healing mineral waters. In 1941, he began construction on a re-creation of a Hopi-style Pueblo as a tribute to Native Americans. The museum is located in the hills of Desert Hot Springs, and boasts a native garden, open courtyard, and the pueblo which, in Hopi tradition, has no two rooms, windows or doors that are alike.
Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona