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Rock Art Savvy: The Responsible Visitor's Guide to Public Sites of the Southwest

Rock Art Savvy: The Responsible Visitor's Guide to Public Sites of the Southwest

Ronald D. Sanders
3/5 (1 ratings)
This user-friendly, jargon-free guide describes more than a hundred mostly public, easy-access rock art sites in Arizona, southern California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and western Texas, with a special section on Baja California, Mexico. _Rock Art Savvy_ includes all the information visitors need for enjoying the selected sites. Part 1 is devoted to general information about rock art and the people who created it. Part 2 provides state-by-state listings, including directions to, descriptions of, and contact information for each site. One hundred black-and-white photos and eight color plates enhance the text, and a comprehensive glossary explains many less-familiar terms. Curious travelers, amateur archaeologists, students of indigenous American cultures, and rock art enthusiasts of every level will find wisdom and delight in this smart, practical book.
Language
English
Pages
240
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Mountain Press Publishing Company
Release
October 01, 2005
ISBN
0878425101
ISBN 13
9780878425105

Rock Art Savvy: The Responsible Visitor's Guide to Public Sites of the Southwest

Ronald D. Sanders
3/5 (1 ratings)
This user-friendly, jargon-free guide describes more than a hundred mostly public, easy-access rock art sites in Arizona, southern California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and western Texas, with a special section on Baja California, Mexico. _Rock Art Savvy_ includes all the information visitors need for enjoying the selected sites. Part 1 is devoted to general information about rock art and the people who created it. Part 2 provides state-by-state listings, including directions to, descriptions of, and contact information for each site. One hundred black-and-white photos and eight color plates enhance the text, and a comprehensive glossary explains many less-familiar terms. Curious travelers, amateur archaeologists, students of indigenous American cultures, and rock art enthusiasts of every level will find wisdom and delight in this smart, practical book.
Language
English
Pages
240
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Mountain Press Publishing Company
Release
October 01, 2005
ISBN
0878425101
ISBN 13
9780878425105

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