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Phil Konstantins April 2006 trip to Utah and Mesa Verde
This website features photos of petroglyphs in Utah at Nine Mile Canyon, Arches National Park and Newspaper Rock in Utah.
Petroglyphs of the Corn Springs Oasis
A virtual visit to Corn Springs, an oasis in the Mojave Desert, California, where Indian petroglyphs are particularly plentiful.
Dinetah Rock Art
The site covers three canyons, Crow, Delgadito, and Blanco, in the Dinetah region of northwestern New Mexico (ancestral home of the Navajo.) Features 160 images of Navajo and Anasazi rock art with a text database of descriptions for each image. Developed for the BLM.
A collection of gardens that represent the border between chaos and order. The great Ygg tree oversees these gardens. Wander the gardens and wander your soul.
James S. Huggins' Refrigerator Door
This site's owner is a registered member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma; A site section celebrates his Native American heritage; James S Huggins is an eclectic professional speaker, author & technologist; His personal site, the Refrigerator Door, also features information, stories and humor that interest him as well as one of the net's most extensive information resources on webrings and webring systems.
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Ancient Rock Art WebRing.