Ute Horse Raiders on the Powder Rim: Rock Art at Powder Wash, Wyoming, James D. Keyser & George R. Poetschat
2008, Oregon Archaeological Society Publication No 19, 8-1/2" x 11", paper
viii + 104 pages, 2 table, 72 figures (comprising b/w photos, line drawings, & maps), references.
Powder Wash is in South Central Wyoming only a few miles from the Colorado border and contains both rock art and wooden structures such as wickiups and a large corral.
The publication describes and analyzes the rock art leading to the conclusion that the Ute Indian horse raiders made much of this art.
Images also include petroglyphs, one red painted horse, and a striking image of a medicine bundle.
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