Petroglyphs and Pictographs of Utah Volume One: The East and Northeast
This volume is the first of two on the rock art, especially the prehistoric rock art, of Utah. Volume 1 deals only with the rock art of northeastern and eastern Utah. For convenience the region is divided into four areas centering around the Uinta Basin, Price, Capitol Reef National Park, and Moab. In relation to drainages, this volume includes the Green River drainage from the Utah-Wyoming line to its point of entrance into Canyonlands National Park, well below the town of Green River, Utah, but above its confluence with the Colorado River, and the Colorado River drainage from the Utah-Colorado line to its entrance into Canyonlands National Park.
Paperback, c1984, xxiii, 232 p. : ill. ; 21 1/2 cm.
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