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November's question:

Also called Tsé Bii Ndzisgaii, name the Four Corners Area location where one can see the Three Sisters, The Mittens, and the Totem Pole.

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  Congratulations to last month's winner:
Glenna Oliver
  Last month's question:

Name this San Juan County, Colorado, tourist attraction - located on the Alpine Loop and listed with the National Registry of Historical Places - which was a bustling mining community in 1876 and a ghost town by the 1920s.

  Last month's answer:
The ghost town of Animas Forks is located on a system of roads known as the Alpine Loop. During its heyday in the late 1800s the town had 450 residents, and every fall they migrated en masse to the warmer town of Silverton.