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1958 CA AEG Newsletters

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

California Assoc. of Engineering Geologists

Petroglyphs along 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  users in the area. Their game included now extinct Pleistocene fauna such as mammoths and mastodons.  A later culture called Archaic, probably used central base camps during their seasonal round of activities based on harvesting wild plants and animals.  Like those who first created rock art history near Moab, we begin the written history of the Association of Engineering Geologists..

1958_Vol 1  No 1  CA  AEG  Newsletter
August 23, 1958 California Association of Engineering Geologists Newsletter

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