Dr. Nancy Olsen, an ethnologist at DeAnza College in Cupertino, California asks the question: “When combined with archaeological investigations at this location, what does the rock art reveal about the ancient Pueblo Indians living in that area?” Dr. Olsen’s work is archived with the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, is on file with the National Park Service at Bandelier National Monument, and is part of the collections at the University of New Mexico’s Laboratory of Anthropology and Native American Studies Program.
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