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UB-TAH COLLECTION OF UNIQUE PLACES (In construction):

This is a unique UB-TAH page containing pictures from especial places in the Uintah and Duchesne Counties.  The pictures present some historical places in American Indian History in these counties. UB-TAH is searching for more information about these places in order to post them in our site.

 

   
"NATIVE GRINDING" SITE?

PICTURES

   

UB-TAH is searching for more information in this site.

 


 

   
DRY FORK CANYON ROCK ART PICTURES
   

DRY FORK CANYON
UINTAH County

Dry Fork Canyon Road, around 3 miles from vernal

Coordinates (Google Earth pointer):
N. 40° 33' 44.02"

W. 109° 38' 07.01"
Elevation: 6215 ft.

DRY FORK CANYON ROCK ART

"Located on the McKonkie Ranch in the Dry Fork Canyon near the town of Vernal, canyon walls contain some of the most spectacular examples of prehistoric petroglyphs (images carved or pecked into rock) in the United States. Field work during the summers of 1996 and 1997 by the University of Texas-Arlington resulted in the recording of over 120 panels of petroglyphs extending along sandstone canyon walls for over one mile. These petroglyphs exhibit a wide variety of forms, ranging from detailed anthropomorphic and zoomorphic images to astronomical and geometric shapes."
Jeffrey R. Hansen, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Texas. http://www.rupestre.net/tracce/dryfork.html

 


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- The Utah State History Research Center and the Daughters of Utah Pioneers.
- Utah State Historical Society
Research Center
 
   
   
   
   


 

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UB-TAH, USU Uintah Basin Extension
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E-Mail: Antonio Arce, Project Coordinator
Phone: (435) 722-1736

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