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Sandy Barnes
Pottery by Willard Spence is part of an exhibit at the Hiwan Homestead Museum that reflects the colorful history of Indian Hills.
Pottery exhibit reflects history of Indian Hills

The Pottery of Indian Hills exhibit at the Hiwan Homestead Museum in Evergreen reflects an era when a pueblo flourished in the mountain community.

The brightly glazed works in hues of turquoise and brown were created at the abandoned NaTeSo Pueblo in Indian Hills, which Willard Spence of Denver purchased in 1949. After attempting to revive the pueblo that George Olinger, a developer of Indian Hills, established as a tourist attraction in the early 1920s, Spence began making pottery at the site.