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Utah Rock Art - Symposium Proceedings

Volumes

Volume 1 1981 Price, UT 1 MB
Volume 2 1982 Price, UT 5 MB
Volume 3 1983 Salt Lake City, UT 8 MB
Volume 4 1984 Salt Lake City, UT 50 MB
Volume 5 1985 Salt Lake City, UT 8 MB
Volume 6 1986 Salt Lake City, UT 24 MB
Volume 7 1987 Fremont State Park, UT 127 MB
Volume 8 1988 Price, UT 33 MB
Volume 9 1989 Vernal, UT 14 MB
Volume 10 1990 Vernal, UT 68 MB
Volume 11 1991 Green River, UT 75 MB
Volume 12 1992 Green River, UT 14 MB
Volume 13 1993 Kanab, UT 40 MB
Volume 14 1994 Cedar City, UT 48 MB
Volume 15 1995 Blanding, UT 25 MB
Volume 16 1996 Green River, UT 111 MB
Volume 17 1997 Price, UT 41 MB
Volume 18 1998 Delta, UT 54 MB
Volume 19 1999 Vernal, UT 61 MB
Volume 20 2000 Moab, UT 49 MB
Volumes 21 and 22 2001 and 2002 Moab, UT and St. George, UT 42 MB
Volume 23 2003 Green River, UT 144 MB
Volume 24 2004 Kanab, UT 8 MB
Volumes 25 and 26 2005 and 2006 Price, UT and Vernal, UT 156 MB
Volumes 27 and28 2007 and 2008 Moab, UT and Escalante, UT 169 MB
Volume 29 2009 Cedar City, UT 119 MB
Volume 30 2010 Blanding, UT 23 MB
Volume 31 2011 Price, UT 3 MB

Utah Rock Art - Symposium Proceedings

Individual Papers

Volume Year Author(s) Title Size
I 1981 Warner Statistical Programs Available for Computer Analysis of Rock Art 0.1 MB
I 1981 Warner Presence And Absence 0.5 MB
I 1981 Warner Indicators 0.2 MB
I 1981 Manning An Hypothesis For A Pueblo IV Date For The Barrier Canyon Style 0.2 MB
I 1981 Warner The Importance of Determining The Significance and Relationships of Rock Art - Rather Than Interpretation 0.2 MB
I 1981 Hunt Desert Varnish - Summary of Investigations 0.1 MB
II 1982 Ashment Toward a Philosophy of Scholarship 0.1 MB
II 1982 Warner Concrete Concept Associations 0.6 MB
II 1982 Warner Figurines And Their Similarity To Rock Art Figures 1.4 MB
II 1982 Manning Rock Art In The Gibson Dome Area 0.1 MB
II 1982 Warner A Solstice Site On Ferron Creek 0.5 MB
II 1982 McCreery A Winter Solstice Site in Indian Creek Canyon, Utah 0.2 MB
II 1982 Warner Summer Solstice Observations In Indian Creek 1.0 MB
II 1982 Warner Archaeoastronomy Sites In Indian And Davis Creeks 0.1 MB
II 1982 Miller Rock Art As A Religious Tool 0.8 MB
III 1983 Martineau Statement of Environmental Impact of Quail Creek Dam, One of Washington County's Finest Petroglyph Sites 2.6 MB
III 1983 Warner The U Bracket In A Unique Association 2.8 MB
III 1983 Warner The Enclosure-Another Concept 3.3 MB
III 1983 Harris A Comparative Study of Specific Signs From Six Anasazi Sites With Mythological Ties To The Pueblo War Twins 3.9 MB
III 1983 Warner Equinox Observations In Indian Creek, Utah, During_1981-1982 4.1 MB
III 1983 Warner Winter Solstice Observations In Indian Creek 1981-1982 4.8 MB
III 1983 Manning A Repetitive Symbol In The Rock Art of Indian Creek 0.3 MB
III 1983 Rauer and Manning Site Record Committee Report 5.1 MB
III 1983 Rauer Running Bear State Park - A Proposal 5.1 MB
III 1983 Warner An Analysis of Head Form And Head Gear of The Inverted Bucket-Head Headhunters 6.3 MB
III 1983 Warner The Eared Variants of the Inverted Bucket Head and Their Association With Bear-Like Elements 7.3 MB
III 1983 McNamara The Computerization of Rock Art In The Intermountain Antiquities Computer System 7.3 MB
III 1983 Rauer Ancient Alphabets in the West 0.2 MB
IV 1984 Stuart An Unusual Western Utah Painted Style Pictograph In Timpie Valley, Utah 0.6 MB
IV 1984 Warner The Engraved Pebble Style from Utah Valley 0.8 MB
IV 1984 Manning Expanding The Aerial Distribution of Barrier Canyon Style Rock Art 1.6 MB
IV 1984 Manning and Warner Minimum Standards for Recording Rock Art for URARA 1.6 MB
IV 1984 Noxon and Marcus Two Proposed Rock Art Documentation Supplement Forms and User's Guide for The Intermountain Antiquities Computer System 4.2 MB
IV 1984 Strange Strange The Solstice Observatory at Juniper Cave 0.4 MB
IV 1984 Norman Identifying Solstice And Equinox Petroglyphs In Northeastern Utah and Their Cultural Relations 1.0 MB
IV 1984 Norman A Winter Solstice Sun Watch Station At Petroglyph Panel P-17 In Dry Fork Ashley Valley, Uintah Basin 1.3 MB
IV 1984 Norman An Equinox Watch Station In Cottonwood Canyon As A Possible Marker For Annual Spring Hunting Ritual 1.5 MB
IV 1984 Warner Notch Canyon As A Solar Observation Site 1.5 MB
IV 1984 Warner and Warner Some Unique Horizonal Sunrise And Sunset Markers In Black Dragon Canyon 1.3 MB
IV 1984 Warner The Polychrome Panel In Black Dragon Canyon 1.1 MB
IV 1984 Warner The Determination of Rock Art Panels As Active Solar Observation Sites 4.0 MB
IV 1984 Manning and Warner Some Specific Problems And Goals Facing Rock Art Researchers In Utah 1.4 MB
IV 1984 Morris The Solar Observatory At Muddy And Rochester Creek 19.0 MB
IV 1984 Woodruff A Bibliography of Utah Rock Art 4.0 MB
V 1985 Strange Visions Progress Displacement And Design at Parowan Gap 1.0 MB
V 1985 Quinn A New Appraisal of Fremont Rock Art 0.2 MB
V 1985 Warner and Harper A Plains-Like Panel On Ferron Creek 0.5 MB
V 1985 Warner An Introduction To Problems In Element And Concept Identification And Interpretation 1.0 MB
V 1985 Garn Evidence of Recent Vandalism At The Hopi Clan Symbol Site Near Willow Springs, Arizona 0.6 MB
V 1985 Warner Barrier Canyon Style Solar Shrines-An Argument For Rock Art And Ceremony 1.5 MB
V 1985 Stuart An Unusual Cache of Painted Bison Bone From Eastern Box Elder County, Utah 0.8 MB
V 1985 Warner Procedures To Define A More Complete Context For Engraved Stones Found On Surface Sites 1.0 MB
V 1985 Warner Importance of Defining A More Complete Context of Engraved Stone Found On Surface Sites 0.8 MB
VI 1986 Warner and Warner Sunheaded Figures - A Study in Symbolism 2.2 MB
VI 1986 Quinn Rock Art Through The Ages - A Multi Component Rock Art Site In Westwater Canyon, Grand County, Utah 1.1 MB
VI 1986 Garn Cleft Cave - A Unique Panel of Petroglyphs In Southern Utah 0.6 MB
VI 1986 Lance Ancient Sun Calendar In Southeast Utah 0.4 MB
VI 1986 Warner Solar Observations At_Black Point, 1985-1986 1.8 MB
VI 1986 Bowen Engraved Stones of Cedar Valley, Utah 2.0 MB
VI 1986 Warner Bocks Canyon As A Hunt And Drive Site 1.3 MB
VI 1986 Quinn A Possible Rough Dating Method For The Cub Creek Rock Art Site In Dinosaur National Monument, Uintah_County, Utah 0.8 MB
VI 1986 Garn Arizona's Ho'ok Geoglyph 0.7 MB
VI 1986 Garn Arizona's Ho'ok Geoglyph - Part II 0.7 MB
VII 1987 Manning Optical Phenomenon At Red Sands Cave 1.7 MB
VII 1987 Warner Blanket-Like Geometric Designs In Clear Creek Canyon 3.3 MB
VII 1987 Morris The Great Balloon Fly At Mussentuchit I and II 65.0 MB
VII 1987 Warner The Examination of Double_Entitities - The Application of Symbolism 2.2 MB
VII 1987 Warner A New Look At Hunting Shaman 1.4 MB
VII 1987 Warner and Shirar Solar - Observations And Symbolism At Dry Wash Utah 1986 1.4 MB
VII 1987 Warner Solar Observations In Clear Creek Canyon 1985-1987 3.1 MB
VII 1987 Warner and Rayl Summer Solstice Observations and Symbolism At A Barrier Style Panel In Pleasant Creek 1.3 MB
VII 1987 Warner and Rayl Pleasant Creek Solar Observations 4.3 MB
VII 1987 Warner Sunbirds - A Possible Symbol of Transformation 2.4 MB
VII 1987 Manning Distribution And Cultural Affiliation of Large Two-Stranded Pendant Necklaces In The Rock Art of The Colorado Plateau - A Preliminary Report 1.7 MB
VIII 1988 Allen Grand Canyon Polychrome Pictographs 1.7 MB
VIII 1988 Allen The Condor Over Nazca 0.7 MB
VIII 1988 Warner Solar Observations On A Tributary To Ferron Creek 2.4 MB
VIII 1988 Warner Solar Observations At Quitchupah, Utah 1988-1989 3.4 MB
VIII 1988 Warner Solar Observations At The Red Ledges 4.3 MB
VIII 1988 Warner The Reversed U Bracket Forms and Context That Express An Affiliation To Concepts Involving Double Entities 5.5 MB
VIII 1988 Warner The Bisected Circle Forms and Contexts That Express An Affiliation To Concepts Involving Double Entitities 8.1 MB
VIII 1988 Warner Female Sexual Identification In Rock Art - A Problem of Gender And Values 2.5 MB
IX 1989 Cole Keynote Address 0.7 MB
IX 1989 Warner Transformations I - Man To Animal - Animal To Animal 1.9 MB
IX 1989 Warner Transformations II - Man To Bird 1.1 MB
IX 1989 Bush The Swastika - A Native American Symbol 0.8 MB
IX 1989 Bailey Endangered Wasatch County Pictograph Site 0.8 MB
IX 1989 Curtis The Shield Figures of Southwestern Idaho 2.0 MB
IX 1989 Manning A Reappraisal of The Cave Valley Style 0.9 MB
IX 1989 Ogden A Utah Medicine Wheel 0.4 MB
IX 1989 Rayl Dramatic Solar Light Incorporation 0.3 MB
IX 1989 Freestone Observations of Little Brush Creek Solar Site #1 0.6 MB
IX 1989 Morris The Two-Headed Goat Lives 1.4 MB
X 1990 Bush If Rocks Could Talk 1.0 MB
X 1990 Bush Glyph Technique 1.5 MB
X 1990 Warner The Tse' Hataalii of Coppermine, Arizona 0.6 MB
X 1990 Warner The Unobvious Symbolism At Coppermine Springs, Arizona 0.7 MB
X 1990 Arthur and Arthur Preliminary Report On East 4-Mile_Draw Solar Panel Site - 1990 2.5 MB
X 1990 Johnson Establishing A Uniform Terminology For Descriptions of Solar Interactions With Rock Art Panels 2.1 MB
X 1990 Johnson Methodology For Identifying, Observing, Recording, and Reporting Solar Intractive Rock Art Panels 1.8 MB
X 1990 Johnson Implications of Solar Interactive Panels For Rock Art Protection 1.1 MB
X 1990 Patterson-Rudolph Animals As Metaphors In Rio Grande Petroglyphs 8.5 MB
X 1990 Morris The Philosophy of Ernst Cassier As Applied To Rock Art At Parowan Gap, Utah 5.1 MB
X 1990 Morris Parowan Gap II 2.7 MB
X 1990 Curtis Little Blue Table 4.4 MB
X 1990 Manning The Lobed-Circle Image In Basketmaker Petroglyphs of Southeastern Utah 16.8 MB
X 1990 Manning Archaeoastronomical Observations In Westwater Canyon, Utah 16.5 MB
XI 1991 Morris The Great Mother 10.4 MB
XI 1991 Curtis Little Blue Table Revisited 6.0 MB
XI 1991 Kraut and Johns Friends of the Kokopelli 1.9 MB
XI 1991 Stoney Grimes Point Nevada: How Has The Rock Art Fared At A Developed Interpretative_Site 1.1 MB
XI 1991 Patterson and Patterson Comments On The Cave Valley Style of Rock Art In Southern Utah and Northern Arizona 3.1 MB
XI 1991 Snyder and Golio Petroglyph Surveys of South Mountains: 1964-1991 2.2 MB
XI 1991 Warner Solar Observations And Symbolism At A Well Known Site In The Book Cliffs 4.7 MB
XI 1991 Johnson Accuracy And Declination Using Panel Activity To Answer Rock Art Questions 17.3 MB
XI 1991 Strange A Budget of Ignorance: Yours and Mine, Professional And Amateurs In Rock Art 10.6 MB
XI 1991 Manning A Modal Based Classification System For Rock Art: Research Overcoming Stylistic Methodological Problems 6.8 MB
XI 1991 Delong and Pijoan The Great White Bear Panel 5.6 MB
XI 1991 Stoney Has The Pharanagat Man Passed Your Way 1.4 MB
XI 1991 Bush, Bush, Bush, and Bush Drawing Rock Art 1.7 MB
XII 1992 Duncan Keynote Address 0.8 MB
XII 1992 Apostoledes The_Masks_of_Three_Rivers 0.3 MB
XII 1992 Johnson Coincidence and Alignment Examination and Alternate Hypothesis to Explain Interactive Panels 1.0 MB
XII 1992 Warner Sun Mystery and Places of Power: Solar Observations and Symbolism at the Head of Sinbad 2.8 MB
XII 1992 Curtis Is_It_Really_Art? 0.4 MB
XII 1992 Prescott A Unique Map In Stone 1.1 MB
XII 1992 Bush Stone Spiders 0.5 MB
XII 1992 Patterson-Rudolph The Importance of Place: Valcamonica, Italy 2.0 MB
XII 1992 Allee Invocations To The Gods: The Southeastern Utah Fremont Pictographs 3.3 MB
XIII 1993 Romero Site Steward Program: 1993 URARA Symposium 0.4 MB
XIII 1993 Webb An Anglo's Perception of Indian Belief 1.1 MB
XIII 1993 Rudolph An Ancient Solar Observatory At Willow_Creek, California 13.9 MB
XIII 1993 Patterson-Rudolph Seeking Power At Willow Creek Cave 3.4 MB
XIII 1993 Johnson Sculpting The Missing Part of The Panel 3.8 MB
XIII 1993 Freeman and Warner Is There A Tao of Rock Art? 7.3 MB
XIII 1993 Ewing and Warner Abrasion - A Ritual Release of Power of Prehistoric Vandalism 1.7 MB
XIII 1993 Warner Symbolic Solar Interactions As A New And Valid Resource 1.4 MB
XIII 1993 Warner and Warner When You Find Faces In The Shadows, Listen To Them, They Can Talk To You 6.5 MB
XIV 1994 Craig and Craig Recording Petroglyphs at the Little Black Mountain Site on the Arizona Strip 1.3 MB
XIV 1994 Bush Horses and Rock Art 0.7 MB
XIV 1994 Curtis Petroglyphs Favor the Aikens and Witherspoon Theory of Numic Expansion in the Great Basin 4.3 MB
XIV 1994 Cochran Non-Symbolic Petroglyph Pecks: Random Particles or Purposeful Statements 0.7 MB
XIV 1994 Johnson Some Terrain Features Represented in Rock Art 0.6 MB
XIV 1994 Johnson A Unique Expression of the Venus Star Symbol Among the Petroglyphs of the Lower Colorado River 1.8 MB
XIV 1994 Fountain Some Solar Interactions at Grapevine Canyon, Nevada 5.9 MB
XIV 1994 Patterson-Rudolph "The Yellow Women" Prehistoric Kachina Mask Paintings of The Keres 2.3 MB
XIV 1994 Freers The Occurrence of Hand Prints in the San Luis Rey Style, Southern California 1.7 MB
XIV 1994 Manning Evidence from Pictographs That the Prehistoric Fremont Indians Collected Animal Blood in Ceramic Jars 3.3 MB
XIV 1994 Martin The Buckhorn Restoration Project 0.3 MB
XV 1995 Pachak Early Rock Art on the San Juan River 0.6 MB
XV 1995 Warner Learning From Experience 1.7 MB
XV 1995 Rayl Developing A Dating Sequence of Rock Art Images 3.5 MB
XV 1995 Allee The_Barrier Canyon Style Pictographs: Why, Where, What, and When They Were Painted 1.4 MB
XV 1995 Freers Maybe I'm Amazed: Comparisons of Maze Imagery in Southern California and the Southwest 2.6 MB
XV 1995 Sucec Toward A Typology of Barrier Canyon Style Spirit Figures - Early Findings of the BCS Project 1991-1995 2.9 MB
XV 1995 Bush and Bush Women In Rock Art 1.9 MB
XV 1995 Johnson Patterning To Northeastern Utah Rock Art Sites 0.9 MB
XV 1995 Curtis Book Review of Prehistoric Rock Art of Nevada and Eastern_California 1.0 MB
XV 1995 Tompsen Navaho Myth As It Relates to The Coal Canyon Panel 1.0 MB
XV 1995 Lever Rock Art and Ethics: A Personal Response 5.6 MB
XVI 1996 Apostolides Two Petroglyph Sites in Mexico's Bermuda Triangle, Durango Mexico 3.7 MB
XVI 1996 Patterson Creation and Calendars: Partners in Meaning 1.4 MB
XVI 1996 Sucec Water At Buckhorn Wash: Symbolism In Barrier Canyon Style Rock Art 8.9 MB
XVI 1996 Orozco Sego Canyon And The Aztec Calendar Serpents 6.0 MB
XVI 1996 Spees Photographing From Dawn to Dusk in Coso's Renegade Canyon, CA 7.0 MB
XVI 1996 Johnson Toward A Stylish Gut 4.4 MB
XVI 1996 Johnson Experimental Horticulture of Dent Corn in Northeastrn Utah After Year One 3.5 MB
XVI 1996 Patterson Tribal Identities in Petroglyphs of the Western United States 25.1 MB
XVI 1996 Lever Sound Within Rock Art 1.4 MB
XVI 1996 King Petroglyphs and Pictographs of the Rio Grande: Time Space and Culture 3.9 MB
XVI 1996 Henry The Roaming Gentle Giants 2.9 MB
XVI 1996 Al-Tamimi_and_Al-Tamimi Medical Anthropology and Evidences in Rock Art 6.2 MB
XVI 1996 Allee, Fountain, and Seely The Black Dragon Solar Solstice Markers and Calendar 2.5 MB
XVI 1996 Gough The Shaman's Poro (Sacred Crook) in Native American Rock Art 17.4 MB
XVI 1996 Morris Manifestations of the Fremont Calendar 10.2 MB
XVI 1996 Manning Rock Art Symbolism Unique to the Virgin Anasazi Region: A Ritualistic Response to an Arid Environment 3.5 MB
XVII 1997 Allee Solstice Marker Design Variations 0.1 MB
XVII 1997 Gough By Hook or by Crook: More On The Shaman's Sacred Crook in Native American Rock Art 0.1 MB
XVII 1997 Manning Barrier Canyon Style Petroglyphs 0.1 MB
XVII 1997 Patterson Asia in America: The Puzzle of Similar Symbols 0.7 MB
XVII 1997 Warner Unique Reputations 0.1 MB
XVII 1997 Rudolph and Middents Additional Information on the Willow Creek Observatory, Northern California 3.0 MB
XVII 1997 Johnson Some Seasonal Elements in Uinta Fremont Rock Art 0.1 MB
XVII 1997 Rayl Fremont Arrowheads 0.1 MB
XVII 1997 Miller Nine Mile Canyon: Past and Present 1.1 MB
XVIII 1998 Bowen Boats In The Desert - Part I 3.4 MB
XVIII 1998 Warner Boats In The Desert - Part II 2.4 MB
XVIII 1998 Johnson Bedrock Holes 1.8 MB
XVIII 1998 Bush Prehistoric Perspective 8.5 MB
XVIII 1998 Morris Rock Art Research: The State of the Art 0.6 MB
XVIII 1998 Warner An Introduction to the Limits of Variation 5.9 MB
XVIII 1998 Gough The Wicket-Shaped or Reversed U Bracket of Native American Rock Art In Relation to The Naja of The Squash Blossom Necklace 8.0 MB
XVIII 1998 Dean The Art of Schaugaard 4.9 MB
XVIII 1998 Patterson The Bird-head Symbol: Some Speculations As to Its Meaning 5.9 MB
XIX 1999 Bush Prehistoric Women and Rock Art 3.7 MB
XIX 1999 Gough The Dancing Shaman and Dancing Ritual in Native American Rock Art 7.9 MB
XIX 1999 Green and Holmes Katsinas Come to Kohta Circus 2.8 MB
XIX 1999 Patterson Enigmatic Crescents in the Rock Art of Desert Mountain, Utah 1.6 MB
XIX 1999 Sucec Ungainly Ghosts: Signs of a Northern Variant in the Barrier Canyon Style 4.8 MB
XIX 1999 Warner Looking at Versus Seeing Rock Art: Its Artists and Its Recorders 3.5 MB
XIX 1999 Woodruff Land and People: Conserving the Surroundings of Rock Art 6.0 MB
XX 2000 Bailey The X-Form: Applying Teton Lakota Sioux Cosmology to the Rock Art of the Upper Midwest 1.8 MB
XX 2000 Bailey Consecrated Environments 1.0 MB
XX 2000 Farris Vermillion Canyon Medicine Wheel: A Sacred Site in Northwestern Colorado 3.0 MB
XX 2000 Gough Agony and Ecstasy in Native American Rock Art 7.7 MB
XX 2000 Holmes Foxpelt or Phallus 1.4 MB
XX 2000 Morales Art And Rock_Art: Clarifying The Misconceptions 1.8 MB
XX 2000 Warner Odd Eye Out: More Than Just "Here's Looking at You with One Eye" 6.9 MB
XXI 2001 Manning Barrier Canyon Style Petroglyphs - Part II 13.7 MB
XXI 2001 Warner Bows, Arrows, and the Act of Shooting 0.5 MB
XXI 2001 Manning 42EM65 - The Temple Mountain Pictograph Panel 5.1 MB
XXII 2002 Gough The Shaman's Medicine Bag Bundle and Pouch In Native American Rock Art 4.2 MB
XXII 2002 Patterson Parallels in Hawaiian Ethnography and Petroglyphs Utlizing Gesture, Posture, and Proxemic Arrangements 0.6 MB
XXII 2002 Manning The Mysterious Ovoids of the Four Corners Region 4.3 MB
XXII 2002 Farris Native American Paleontology: Extinct Animals in Rock Art 0.6 MB
XXII 2002 Warner How to Complicate A Simple Circle 1.6 MB
XXII 2002 Miller The Range Creek Rock Art Survey 0.9 MB
XXII 2002 Manning The Rock Art of Range Creek 5.0 MB

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