Plains Indian Rock Art
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Plains Indian Rock Art

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The Plains region that stretches from northern Colorado to southern Alberta and from the Rockies to the western Dakotas is the land of the Cheyenne and the Blackfeet, the Crow and the Sioux. Its rolling grasslands and river valleys have nurtured human cultures for thousands of years. On cave walls, glacial boulders, and riverside cliffs, native people recorded their ceremo...more
Paperback, 346 pages
Published February 28th 2011 by University of Washington Press (first published August 2001)
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Sheila
Good guide to rock art in Wyoming/Montana/Alberta. Definitely would want to have this along during a trip there. Cool anthropomorphic glyphs, as well as sheep and other animals.
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