At long last, after four centuries of interaction with Anglo society, the fantasy images of “cowboys and Indians” may possibly be fading and the Kumeyaay Native Americans are being allowed to enter our mainstream society. In large part because of the Kumeyaay’s new casinos and extensive philanthropic work, many believe that they have become a welcome and integral part of our community.
The three guides to DSTretch and other photographic methods for rock art are in both of our books and at coauthor, Daren Sefcik’s website:
We are making this available for a short time.
(Photograph taken in circa 1949 by William D. Hohenthal, Jr. showing house at Neji; probably home of Manuel Mesa.)
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La Rumorosa Rock Art Along the Border is the first publication to focus on the rock art of this region, primarily along the California and Baja California deserts, the southern Colorado River corridor, and southwest Arizona. Almost none of the sites or photographs have ever been published. Although this first…