The Ancient Southwest: A Guide to Archaeological Sites | The Lost World of the Old Ones | The First Signs | Ancient Ruins and Rock Art of the Southwest | The Lost World of the Old Ones | In Search of the Old Ones | A Field Guide to Rock Art Symbols of the Greater Southwest | The Rock Art of Arizona
These visions of the past are quickly being destroyed by development, vandalism, illegal trail pioneering, and encroaching tourism. This anthology brings together essays by noted archaeologists, writers, and artists (including Lawrence Baca, Greg Child, Andrew Gulliford, James Keyser, William Lipe, Lawrence Loendorf, Lorran Meares, Scott Thybony, and Paul Tosa) to illustrate what we have, what we have lost, and what we may lose, tied together by Bailey's essays and over one-hundred-and-fifty color photographs from his explorations into some of the most remote wild landscapes in North America.
About: To those who once walked these fins of sandstone, the landscape was alive with meaning and metaphor in a fourth-dimension, a collective vision of a landscape deeply connected to their culture, senses, and their landscape.
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