Located near the old north entrance to the canyon, its layout features a smaller profile with a square block of rooms surrounding a central elevated round room, or kiva. It also lacked the open plazas and separate kivas of its predecessors. Larger, squarer blocks of stone were used in the masonry; its kivas were designed in the northern Mesa Verdean tradition. Its ruins now lie within Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
- Fagan, B (2005), Chaco Canyon: Archaeologists Explore the Lives of an Ancient Society, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-517043-1.
- Yankosky, Dan; Malville, J. (1997), Casa Chiquita, Confluence Creations, archived from the original on 2009-07-12, retrieved 2009-09-15.
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