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Curator:. Richard C. Kent, MS, RG, CEG, LHG,. Battle Ground,  WA

Petroglyphs, Potash-Lower Colorado River Scenic Byway, Moab, Utah.

Rock art was produced by a number of prehistoric and historic peoples over thousands of years.  A big game hunting people, known as Paleo-Indians, are considered to be the first human  settlers in the Moab, Utah region. Their game included now extinct Pleistocene mammoths and mastodons.  Like those who created their history as seen in rock art near Moab, this library creates a written history of the Association of Engineering Geologists as seen through newsletters.

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