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On December 8, 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt celebrated the passage of the Antiquities Act by declaring four sites of historic and cultural significance as our nation's first National Monuments. Among these was Montezuma Castle, which the President identified as a place "of the greatest ethnological value and scientific interest." Although very few original artifacts remained in the structure due to intensive looting of the site, Roosevelt's decision assured the continued protection of one of the best preserved prehistoric cliff dwellings in North America. The very first one was Devil's Tower in Wyoming, between where I grew up and where I live now. I have visited there several times. We visited Montezuma's Castle in Arizona last January. A very calm quiet place. You could almost hear the ghosts. I should make a list of National Monuments to visit, now that I am retired. A sort of historical places "bucket list".