UC Berkeley Library

Rock Art Collection [Paul Freeman: Bay Area Rock Art Research Association archive]

Disc 1: San Joaquin Valley -- Southern Sierra Nevada, 1981-1989 (57 min.) -- 2-3. San Francisco Bay Area, 1984-1996 (71 min.) -- 4-6. Carrizo Plain Monitoring Project, 1993-2002 (156 min.) -- 7. San Francisco Bay Area, 1995-1999 (61 min.) -- 8-10. Chumash Area, 1982-2000 (150 min.) -- 11-12. North Coast area, 1986-1999 (91 min.) -- 13-15. Northern Sierra Nevada area, 1983-1997 (126 min.) -- 16. Sierra foothills area, 1991-1995 (48 min.) -- 17-18. Desert area, 1992-1997 (111 min.) -- 19. Northeastern California area, 1997 (44 min.) -- 20. San Francisco Bay area, 2001-2002 (43 min.) -- 21. Southern Sierra Nevada area, 1996-2002 (47 min.) -- 22. Desert area, 1998 (37 min.) -- 23. South Central coastal area, 1994-2002 (53 (cont'd) min.) -- 24. San Francisco Bay area, 2003 (ca. 47 min.) -- 25. San Francisco Bay area, Canyon Trails Park Petroglyph Conservation Project, 2003-2004 (ca. 37 min.) -- 26. Southern California area, 1982-2004 (ca. 41 min.).
Presents major areas where rock art and petroglyphs may be found in California, taken over a span of 24 years highlighting places where Native Californians have left traces of their lifeways and thought, and the often extraordinary beauty of these places. These visual records also have historic value presenting the work of pioneers in rock art studies, the discoveries that were made and return visits to old sites that were deteriorating and efforts at conservation that were being undertaken. Originally created between 1981-2004.