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COMING TO YOU THIS SPRING!
Softcover | 10” x 9”
272 Pages | 470 Images
The rich photography and narrativein this book presents an overview of approximately 5,000 years of Native American rock art painted andengraved on the canyon walls andboulders within the greater GrandCanyon region, an area stretchingsouth from the Arizona-Utah border to the Mogollon Rim. The authorsand their associates have recordedand documented more than 450 rockart sites within the region over the past 25 years in cooperation with the Kaibab NationalForest, Grand Canyon National Park, Bureau of Land Management/Arizona Strip, andthe Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. Their work presents a preliminaryclassification of this rock art within a chronological framework and associated culturalaffiliations. These enigmatic images are placed within their environmental andarchaeological context, essential in deriving potential clues as to their function andsignificance.