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by Beth Hill

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Author: Beth Hill
ISBN: 0295954124
ISBN13: 978-0295954127
Language: English
Publisher: University of Washington Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1975)
Pages: 320
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ISBN-13: 978-0919654075.

ISBN-13: 978-0919654075. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

Minus some technical appendices and a bibliography, the rest of the book is a look at where petroglyphs are known to be, from Alaska down to around the Portland, Oregon area.

Apr 22, 2019 Ron Peters rated it really liked it. Shelves: art, first-nations, history, native-indian. Minus some technical appendices and a bibliography, the rest of the book is a look at where petroglyphs are known to be, from Alaska down to around the Portland, Oregon area. If, like me, you're from around SW British Columbia or Vancouver Island, you should also check out Beth Hill's Guide to Indian Rock Carvings of the Pacific Northwest Coast and Mary and Ted Bentley's Gabriola: Petroglyph Island. Jan 27, 2016 Connie D added it.

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Items related to Indian petroglyphs of the Pacific Northwest. The book is orgnized into a discussin of "problems," . understanding the subjective meaning of petroglyphs, protecting them from vandalism and theft, and the need for comprehensive survey. Beth Hill; Ray Hill Indian petroglyphs of the Pacific Northwest. ISBN 13: 9780295954127. Indian petroglyphs of the Pacific Northwest.

For now, by far the best book on this area is Indian Petroglyphs of the Pacific Northwest by Beth and Ray Hill. This is the only book on the subject attempting a well thought out analysis of petroglyphs found throughout the entire Northwest Coast, from the Columbia River to Yakutat Bay at the northern end of the culture area. Unfortunately the Hill’s book has been out of print for some years. The Puget Sound sub-style of Northwest Coast petroglyphs roughly coincides with Lushootseed Salish linguistic subdivision boundaries (Leen 1981, Suttles 1987).

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The Abert Lake Petroglyphs (Smithsonian trinomial: 35LK475) are a prehistoric archaeological site in Lake County, Oregon, United States. Peoples of the Great Basin cultural tradition pecked the images onto two basaltic boulders near major game migration routes. They are believed to be connected with rituals related to hunting activities, and contribute to the larger understanding of subsistence patterns in the northern Great Basin

This work is an attempt to integrate a popular and scholarly perspective on petroglyphs, rock paintings and rock carvings, of North American Indians, espcially those of the Pacific Northwest. The book is orgnized into a discussin of "problems," i.e., understanding the subjective meaning of petroglyphs, protecting them from vandalism and theft, and the need for comprehensive survey. The autors suggest ceremonial, subsistence and artistic purposes as the bases for petroglyphs, and focus on the relationship to Shamanism of many petrophyphs. A detailed description and numerous black and white photographs of significant petroglyphs are presented, and 172 pages are taken up with hundreds of such descriptions. A discussion of Southeast Alaskan (primarily Tlingit) petroglyphs is introduced and theories presented relating these to other Northwest Coast work and also to Eskimoid work. Overall, the detail which is presented is extremely satisfying! -- A.E.Hippley, American Indian Quarterly
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