This comprehensive study of carvings and paintings on stone by Native Americans, surveys the rock art of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, northern Mexico, and West Texas from 2000 B.C. to the 19th-century. Regional styles are defined in terms of their archaeo-cultural context. The rock art of extinct cultures including the Hohokam, Anasazi, Fremont, Mogollon and Pueblo, as well as the contemporary Navaho and Apache are covered. Numerous photographs and pen-and-ink drawings illustrate the text.