Prehistoric Rock Art of the Cross Timbers Management Unit, East Central Oklahoma: An Introductory Study, Charles D. Neel and Kenneth Sampson
1986, The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, Archaeological Resource Survey Report Number 27, paper
130 pages, 6 color plates, 34 b/w photos, 22 drawings, 5 tables, 7 maps, 8-1/2" x 11"
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A regional survey of ten rock art sites located in the central and south central portion of the state of Oklahoma.
Includes comparisons with the rock art styles of Colorado, Texas, New Mexico and Kansas.
Several appendices also provide bibliographies of rock art for the states of Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Texas, and Oklahoma.
- Regional Perspective
- The Cross Timbers Management Region
- Geology of the Cross Timbers
- Garber Sandstone
- Vanoss Formation
- Vamoosa Formation
- Calvin Sandstone
- Senora Formation
- West Creek Spring Formation
- The Sites and Their Petroglyphs
- 34Gv-15, The Lost Petroglyphs Site
- 34Lg-2, The Cimarron Shelter Site
- 34Sm-53, The Speer #2 Site
- 34Cr-48, Buzzard Caves Site
- 34Cr-91, The Twin Shelters Site
- 34Sm-28, The Wild Dog Cave #2 Site
- 24Mi-53, The Handprint Site
- 34Mi-299, Table Rock Petroglyphs Site
- The Sites and Their Pictographs
- 34Hu-9, The Red Stick Man Shelter
- 34Pn-3, The Painted Cave Site
- Concluding Statements
- References Cited
- Appendix A: Bibliography of Kansas Rock Art
- Appendix B: Bibliography of Missouri Rock Art
- Appendix C: Bibliography of Arkansas Rock Art
- Appendix D: Bibliography of Texas Rock Art
- Appendix E: Bibliography of Oklahoma Rock Art
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