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AIRA Volume 1: Farmington, Grove, Shari T. ed., 165 pp., 1975. (Out of print)


Bain, James G., “Tapping the TAP (Tourist Archaeological Potential),” pp. 147-150.


Davidson, Howard M., “The Occurrence of the Hand Motif in North American Indian Rock Art,” pp. 151- 163.


Davis, John V., “A Prehistoric Water Control System at Hueco Tanks State Park,” pp. 91-104.


George, Peter B., “A Recently Discovered Rock Art Site in Northern New Mexico,” pp. 105-108.


Hedges, Ken, “Kumeyaay Rock Paintings in Southern California,” pp. 115-129.


Kolber, Jane and Yoder, Donna, “Survey of Rock Art of Apache County, Navajo Reservation,” pp. 57-63.


Lemmon, Jean Robertson and Robertson, Nancy, “Rock Art of the Raton Section of the Great Plains Province,” pp. 41-56.


Lowrance, Miriam A., “Rock Art of the Big Bend, Texas,” pp. 28-39.


Pilles Jr., Peter J., “Petroglyphs of the Little Colorado River Valley, Arizona,” pp. 1-27.


Snyder, Ernest E., “Petroglyphs of the South Mountains of Arizona,” pp. 109-113.


Steed Jr., Paul P., “The Fort Hancock Rock Art Site,” pp. 85-90.


Sutherland, Kay, “A Classification and Preliminary Analysis of Pictographs at Hueco Tanks State Park, Texas,” pp. 65-83.


Watson, Editha L., “Materials of Ancient Southwestern Art,” pp. 131-135.


Wellmann, Klaus F., “X-Ray Motifs in North American Indian Rock Art ,” pp. 136-146.



AIRA Volume 2: El Paso, Sutherland, Kay, ed., 156 pp., 1976. (Out of print)


Bain, Col. James G., “Paleolithic Rock Art. Does it Exist in North America,” pp. 109-113.


Buck, Mimi and Rhodes, Cheryl, “Rock Art of West Central Colorado and Periphery,” pp. 1-4.


Castleton M.D., Kenneth B., “Rock Art of the Uintah Basin of Utah,” pp. 19-25.


Grant, Campbell, “The Need for Consistency in Rock Art Terminology,” pp. 88-91.


Green, John W., “The Study of Early Photographs of Rock Art Sites to Enhance the Accuracy of Later Investigations,” pp. 66-82.


Hedges, Ken, “Southern California Rock Art as Shamanic Art,” pp. 126-138.


Horne, Stephen, “Analysis of Chumash Rock Art from Sierra Madre Ridge, California,” pp. 114-125.


James III, Charles D. and Davidson, Howard H., “Style Changes of the Horse Motif in Navajo Rock Art: A Preliminary Analysis,” pp. 26-46.


Lowrance, Miriam A., “El Dorado Through La Junta, Big Bend, Texas,” pp. 47-65.


Mayer, Dorothy, “A Possible Astronomical Petroglyph Panel at Spanish Springs,” pp. 139-156.


Snyder, Ernest E., “A Proposal for Developing a Uniform Rock Art Nomenclature System,” pp. 87.


Steed Jr., Paul P., “Towards a Classification of Rock Art Design Elements,” pp. 83-86.


Vuncannon, Delcie H., “Grand Gulch: Southeastern Utah's Picture Gallery,” pp. 5-18.


Wellmann, Klaus F., “Some Observations of the Bird Motif in North American Indian Rock Art,” pp. 97-108.


Wood, Albert W., “Petroglyphs and Pictographs Explained Through Ethnohistory,” pp. 92-96.



AIRA Volume 3: Ridgecrest, Bock, A.J., Bock, F. and Cawley, J. eds., 159 pp., 1977. (Out of print)


Apostoledes, Alex, “Rock Art of the Saltdale Quadrangle: A Mojave Desert Survey,” pp. 101-106.


Castleton, Kenneth B., “The Rock Art of the San Juan River Between Bluff and Mexican Hat,” pp. 110-114.


Cawley, John, “The Rocky Hill Pictographs,” pp. 107-109.


Fowler, Daniel B., “Indian Petroglyphs Recently Discovered in West Virginia,” pp. 38-46.


Fresko, David, “Rock Art of Southeastern Anatolia with Some Comparisons to Northern American Indian Rock Art ,” pp. 27-37.


Grant, Campbell, “Some Painted Rock Art Sites in the Sierra Libre, Sonora, Mexico,” pp. 47-62.


Hedges, Ken, “Rock Art in the Pinon Forests of Northern Baja California,” pp. 1-8.


Marshall, Francine, “Aesthetics of the Great Basin Pecked Style,” pp. 80-85.


Martin, Donald, “Introduction to the Rock Art of Death Valley,” pp. 144-150.


Rector, Carol Huber, “The Function of East Mojave Rock Art,” pp. 151-156.


Ritter, Dale W. and Ritter, Eric W., “The Influence of the Religious Formulator in Rock Art of North America,” pp. 63-79.


Snyder, Ernest E., “The Great Sinagua Serpent Pictograph of Hart Well Canyon,” pp. 120-123.


Steed Jr., Paul P., “Rock Art at La Cienega Mesa, New Mexico,” pp. 115-119.


Steinbring, Jack, “Prehistoric Lunar Cultism in the Great Lakes Region: An Hypothesis Regarding the Old Copper Culture,” pp. 9-26.


Sutherland, Kay, “A Comparison of Jornada Mogollon Mask Motifs with Contemporary Kachina Masks,” pp. 124-143.


Vuncannon, Delcie H., “Do Diamond Chain Patterns Found on the High Desert Indicate Puberty Practices?,” pp. 96-100.


Wellmann, Klaus F., “Ships on the Rocks,” pp. 86-95.



AIRA Volume 4: Tempe, Snyder, E., Bock, A.J. and Bock, F., eds., 190 pp., 1978. (Out of print)


Apostoledes, Alex, “The Rock Art of Chalcazingo, Morales, Mexico,” pp. 90-95.


Benton, James, “Dating a Pictograph,” pp. 21-25.


Brooks, Richard, Ritter, Eric W. and Farrell, Nancy, “Native American Rock Art in a 19th Century California Mining Boom Town,” pp. 9-20.


Brugge, David M., “Motivation and Function in Navajo Rock Art,” pp. 141-147.


Chamberlain, Von Del, “Sky Smbol Rock Art,” pp. 79-89.


D'Amico, Diane H., “Rock Art of the Northern Sinagua Area,” pp. 128-140.


Davis, John V., “The Occurrence of Pecked Figures at Hueco Tanks Pictograph Site,” pp. 96-103.


Hawk, Ruth, “Visual Perception - and Mis-Conception,” pp. 71-78.


Kolber, Jane and Yoder, Donna, “Anthropomorphs of Red Lake,” pp. 104-107.


Lee, Georgia, “Decorated Burial Markers and Portable Rock Art of the Indians of the Santa Barbara Coast,” pp. 177-190.


McCarthy, Daniel F., “Introduction to Rock Art of Joshua Tree National Monument,” pp. 41-56.


McGowan, Charlotte, “Female Fertility and Rock Art,” pp. 26-40.


Popelish, Linda Ann, “Stylistic Variation in Anasazi Rock Art, Canyon del Muerto, Arizona,” pp. 148-155.


Ritter, Eric W., “Management of Rock Art in the California Desert,” pp. 1-8.


Snyder, Ernest, “A Comparison of Hohokam and Possible Patayan Petroglyphs near Phoenix, Arizona,” pp. 124-127.


Vuncannon, Delcie H., “Petroglyphs in John's Canyon, Utah,” pp. 156-169.


Weaver Jr., Donald E. and Rosenberg, Bettina H., “Petroglyphs of the Southern Sierra Estrella - A Locational Interpretation,” pp. 108-123.


Wellmann, Klaus F., “The Jump-Across Creek Petroglyph Site in Bella Coola Indian Terrtitory, British Columbia,” pp. 57-70.


Wilson, Richard A., “Rock Art at Arrow Canyon, Nevada,” pp. 170-176.



AIRA Volume 5: The Dalles, Bock, Frank, Hedges, Ken, Lee, Georgia and Michaelis, Helen, eds., 191 pp., 1979. (Out of print)


Steinbring, Jack, “Late Archaic Dynamics Through Cross-Media Rock Art Comparisons,” pp. 155-172.


Sutherland, Kay, “Hueco Tanks State Park, Texas: The Politics of Preservation,” pp. 81-97.


Thomas, Jesse James, “Rock Art and the Phenomenology of Language,” pp. 126-134.


Vuncannon, Delcie H., “The Ten Circle Horsehoe Intaglios of Mule Mountain,” pp. 142-154.


Wellmann, Klaus F., “A Quantitative Analysis of Superimpositions in the Rock Art of the Coso Range, California,” pp. 50.


Williamson Ray A. and Young, Mary Jane, “An Equinox Sum Petroglyph Panel at Hovenweep National Monument,” pp. 70-80.


Benton, James S.and Vuncannon, Delcie H., “Cultural Affinities of the Freightwagon Site, Near Baker, California,” pp. 59-69.


Bilbo, Michael, “Use of Photo Mosaics in the Mapping of Rock Art Sites at Hueco Tanks State Park, Texas,” pp. 135-141.


Crotty, Helen K., “Rock Art of the Modoc Territory,” pp. 22-35.


Crowley, M. Suzanne, “Rock Art of Saline Valley, Inyo County, California,” pp. 36-49.


Grant, Campbell, “The Occurrence of the Atlatl in Rock Art,” pp. 1-21.


Hedges, Ken, “The Rancho Bernardo Style in Southern California,” pp. 51-58.


Landon, George M., “The Petroglyphs and Other Features at Jagow Well,” pp. 99-114.


McClure Jr., Richard H., “The Tsagiglalal Motif in Rock Art of the Lower Colombia River,” pp. 173-189.


Sofar, Anna, Volker, Zinser and Sinclair, Rolf, “A Unique Solar Marking Construct of the Ancient Pueblo Indians,” pp. 115-125.



AIRA Volume 6: Bottle Hollow, Bock, Frank G., ed., 156 pp., 1981. (Out of print)


Burke, William J., Bradshaw, Richard L., and Turner II, Christy G., “Preservation Studies on the Davis Gulch Pictographs,” pp. 11-17.


Cawley, John J., “Contemporary Rock Art,” pp. 18-20.


Fresko, David, “Review of Two Rock Art Sites in Puerto Rico,” pp. 66-79.


Grant, Campbell, “An Introduction to Yokuts Rock Painting,” pp. 21-35.


Hedges, Ken, “Painted Pebbles from Lake Cahuilla, Imperial County, California,” pp. 103-106.


Lee, Georgia and McCarthy, Daniel, “The Rock Art of the Stanislaus River, California,” pp. 130-140.


Leen, Daniel, “The Meyers Narrows Petroglyphs: The Archaeological and Ethnographic Context of a Northwest Coast Rock Art Site,” pp. 48-65.


McCarthy, Daniel F., “Rock Art Dating at Travertine Point,” pp. 107-117.


McClure Jr., Richard H., “Paired Anthropomorphs of Central Washington,” pp. 36-47.


Quinn, Harry M., “Two Unusual Mountain Cahuilla Rock Art Sites in Riverside County, California,” pp. 118-129.


Schiffman, Robert A. and Andrews, Stephen B., “The Slippery Rock Petroglyph Site: Analysis and Interpretation of Ker-25,” pp. 141-156.


Warner, Jesse, “Some Considerations of Style and a Reappraisal of the Western Utah Painted Style,” pp. 80-87.


Warner, Jesse, “Engraved Pebble Style of the Salt Flats of Western Utah,” pp. 88-102.


Wellmann, Klaus F., “Shades of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Conceptual Dichotomy as Expressed in North American Indian Rock Drawings,” pp. 155.



AIRA Volume 7 & 8: Albuquerque and Winnipeg, Bock, Frank G., ed., 229 pp., 1982. (Out of Print)


Apostoledes, Alex, “Two Petroglyph Sites in Durango, Mexico,” pp. 69-75.


Benton, James, “There is a Connection - I Think,” pp. 221-224.


Grant, Campbell, “The Bighorn Sheep - Pre-Eminent Motif in the Rock Art of Western North America,” pp. 11-25.


Harris, James R., “The War Twins Petroglyph and a Tentative Interpretation,” pp. 165-176.


Hedges, Ken, “Great Basin Rock Art Styles: A Revisionist View,” pp. 205-211.


Hedges, Ken, “Phosphenes in the Context of Native American Rock Art,” pp. 1-10.


Lee, Georgia, “Easter Island Rock Art: The 1981 Field Season,” pp. 132-148.


Lee, Georgia and Bock, A.J., “Schematization and Symbolism in American Indian Rock Art,” pp. 26-32.


McCarthy, Daniel F., “Rock Art Replicas: A Method of Recording,” pp. 102-103.


McCreery, Pat and McCreery, Pat Jack, “An Unusual Solstice - Observation Site in Southern Utah,” pp. 149-157.


Meighan, Clement W., “Rock Art and Archaeology,” pp. 225-229.


Miller, Layne, “Rochester Creek, Utah,” pp. 93-101.


Murray, William Breen, “Rock Art and Site Environment at Boca de Potrerillos, Nueva Leon, Mexico,” pp. 57-68.


Ritter, Eric W. and Rector, Carol H. Payen, Louis A., “Marine, Terrestrial, and Geometric Representations with the Rock Art of the Concepcion Peninsula, Baja California, Mexico,” pp. 38-56.


Steinbring, Jack, “Shamanistic Manipulations and the Algonkin Idiom in the Archaeoethnology of Rock Art,” pp. 212-220.


Steinbring, Jack, “Lake of the Woods Style: Petroglyphs of Probable Archaic Affiliation in the Northern Mid-Continent,” pp. 76-86.


Sundstrom, Linea, “A Rock Art Chronology for the Black Hills,” pp. 177-204.


Thomas, Jesse James , “Rock Art and the Religion of the Sky,” pp. 33-37.


Vuncannon, Delcie H., “Painted Cave in the Old Woman Mountains, California,” pp. 87-92.


Warner, Jesse E., “The Enclosure Petroglyph Motif: One Possible Interpretation,” pp. 104-116.


Warner, Jesse E., “Concepts and Significance of the Two and One-Horned Sheep,” pp. 117-131.


Warner, Jesse E., “Problems with Current Element Lists,” pp. 158-164.



AIRA Volume 9: Porterville, Bock, Frank G., ed., 120 pp., 1983. (Out of print)


Alioto, Joesph T., “Interpretation of Chumash Rock Art: A Psychological Perspective,” pp. 44-49.


Docktor, Desiree, “The Significance of Rock Art Setting in the Interpretation of Form and Functuion: Preliminary Investigation of Two Yokuts Sites in California,” pp. 63-71.


Faulstich, Paul Evan, “Australian Aboriginal Rock Art And the Sense of Place,” pp. 96-113.


Freeman, Paul and Payen, Louis J., “A Probable Solstice Site in Northern California,” pp. 22-25.


Grant, Campbell, “Clay Figurines and Rock Paintingss,” pp. 77-81.


Hedges, Ken, “A Re-examination of Pomo Baby Rocks,” pp. 10-21.


Hunger, Heinz, “Ritual Coition as Sacred Marriage in the Rock Art of North America,” pp. 1-9.


McCarthy, Daniel F., “Stereo Photography: An Aid to Recording Rock Atr,” pp. 34-36.


Murray, William Breen, “Three Painted Rock Shelters in the Upper Tarahumara Country of Chihuahua, Mexico,” pp. 82-88.


Oliver, Mark and Hyder, William D., “Meaning and Symbol: The Contribution of Social Organization to the Study of Chumash Rock Art,” pp. 50-62.


Steinbring, Jack and Steinbring, Sandra, “Manipulative Factors in Hawaiian Rock Art,” pp. 89-95.


Turner, Wilson G., “The Importance of Systematic Rock Art Inventories,” pp. 37-43.


Vuncannon, Delcie H., “Dog Pictographs Define Settlement Area of ‘Sheepeaters’,” pp. 26-33.


Warner, Jesse, “A Practical Application of Nomenclature,” pp. 114-120.


Weinberger, Gay, “Four Forms of Yokuts Rock Art From Tulare County, California,” pp. 72-76.



AIRA Volume 10: Price, Bock, A.J. and Bock, Frank, eds., 94 pp., 1986. (Out of print)


Bock, Frank G. and Bock, A.J., “CA-SHA-39: A Lesson in Maximizing a Rock Art Site,” pp. 62-78.


Faulstich, Paul, “Spirits on the Rock: Symbol and Structure in North Queensland, Australia Rock Paintings,” pp. 1-28.


Harris, James R., “Zion Park Petroglyph Canyon Panel,” pp. 40-47.


Hunger, Heinz, “Ritual Coition with and among Animals,” pp. 116-124.


Hyder, William D. and Oliver, Mark, “Style and Chronology in Chumash Rock Art,” pp. 86-101.


Ives, Gay A., “The Dolores Archaeological Program Rock Art Study, Southwestern Colorado,” pp. 48-61.


Knaak, Manfred, “Summer Solstice Observatory in Kumeyaay Land, San Diego County, California,” pp. 79-85.


Lee, Georgia, “Rock Art of Easter Island: The 1982-1983 Season,” pp. 174-194.


Moore, Edra, “Human Perceptual Behavior and its Implications for Rock Art Research,” pp. 130-144.


Ritter, Eric W., “Interpreting the Rock Art of La Trinidad, Baja California, Mexico with Regional Implications,” pp. 157-173.


Steinbring, Jack and Simpson, David, “The Mud Portage Site (DkKr-4): A Preceramic Context for Petroglyphs in Northwest Ontario,” pp. 145-156.


Warner, Jesse E., “Assessing the Significance of Rock Art,” pp. 125-129.


Warner, Judith, “An Intuitive View of Waterflow, New Mexico,” pp. 29-39.


Weaver Jr., Donald E., “Three Pictograph Traditions in North Central, Arizona,” pp. 102-115.