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Utah Rock Art
Volume XIII


Papers presented at the
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
Of the
UTAH ROCK ART RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

Kanab, Utah, September 1993

cover
Published 1995
Edited by Jesse E. Warner

CONTENTS

PrefaceJesse E. Warner
Dedication to William C. StrangeJesse E. Warner
Symposium Agenda
Rock Art Pencil SketchesJesse Payton Warner
Site Steward ProgramKaaryn Romero and Gail Van Moorleghem
An Anglo's Perception of Indian's BeliefArlene "Skip" Webb
An Ancient Solar Observatory at Willow Creek, CaliforniaJohn Rudolph
Seeking Power at Willow Creek CaveCarol Patterson Rudolph
Sculpting the "Missing" Part of the PanelClay Johnson
Is Therea T'ao of "Rock Art"Wilma Freeman and Jesse E. Warner
Abrasion: A Ritual Release of Power or Prehistoric VandalismEve C. Ewing and Jesse E. Warner
Symbolic Solar Interactions as a New and Valid ResourceJesse E. Warner
When You Find Faces in the Shadows, Listen to Them They Can Talk to YouJudith S. Warner and Jesse E. Warner

1991 URARA SYMPOSIUM AND PROCEEDINGS DEDICATED TO:
WILLIAM C. STRANGE

This honor is for those certain individuals who go far beyond what others have done and by their actions distinguish themselves by benefitting Rock Art research.

Bill Strange has not only contributed a wealth of information and new insights in helping us to understand how this symbol system often functions, he has shown us our proper places in respect to these enigmatic images. He has helped us to realize that without an understanding of the Native American and without their help we will never come to an approximation of what they left on the rocks for us to ponder. Bill not only has helped broaden the perspective of approaching rock art as a valid field of endeavor, but by his example, he has pioneered the way for the amateur. Bill has always been the champion and guide of the amateur and has spent a great deal of time helping the amateur to improve his efforts. Bill is literally one of the giants who lifts you up on his shoulders so that you can see beyond where you could before.

Our friend, with love and respect, the Utah Rock Art Research Association wishes to express our thanks and admiration to you by dedicating this symposium and it's subsequent publication to you. Thank you, Bill.

Jesse E. Warner
President

Nal Morris
Vice President

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