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The Battle For Mesa Prieta’s Petroglyphs
Mesa Prieta rises above the Rio Grande Valley in remote country west of Santa Fe, New Mexico...
Uncovering the Sacred: 3,000 More Petroglyphs Identified at Jeffers
“The sacred is like rain...
Quileute Petroglyph Confirms Connection to Oral Histories
A pre-contact Quileute petroglyph that depicts K’wati, or the Transformer’s, killing of a monster that terrorized the Quileute people is considered by Quileute officials to be the ...
Natives Must Prove Sacred Site in Utah Is Worth Saving
Undisturbed for thousands of years, the serene, picturesque Anasazi Valley is sheltered by stunning lava cliffs broken into giant cubed stones silently splattered with petroglyphs ...
One Pawnee Lawyer’s Passion for Protecting and Photographing Rock Art
A passion for rock art combined with a love of justice have been the driving forces in Lawrence Baca’s life for decades...
Petroglyphs at Lava Beds Off Limits After Vandalism
After discovering damage to more than 50 petroglyphs at Petroglyph Point in Lava Beds National Monument in Tule Lake, California, security has been stepped up and visitor access to...
California Legislator Seeks Tribal Input on Sacred Sites Protection Bill
This October, not far from Bishop, California five petroglyphs sacred to tribes in the area including the Paiute, Shoshone and Mono were stolen by vandals using chainsaws and ladde...
The Frantic Race to Save Rock Art Finally Brings Some Good News
Gang symbols. Racial slurs. Proclamations of love. Depictions of sexual positions. Claire Dean has seen it all...
California Petroglyphs Damaged and Stolen, Tribes and Authorities Stunned
Ancient petroglyphs were hacked out of the high desert chalk bluffs with power saws by thieves armed with ladders, generators and other equipment...
86 Years Later, Sacred Petroglyph Rock Returned to Tribal Area
In 1926, a six-ton rock covered in petroglyphs was moved from the bank of the Fraser River, in interior British Columbia, and taken to Stanley Park in Vancouver...
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