Petroglyphs from 300-1300 AD. Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, USA.
Petroglyphs pullout on Utah Highway 24 in Capitol Reef National Park, USA: These petroglyphs (carvings in stone) were created about 300-1300 CE and are attributed to the Hisatsinom (called the Fremont Culture by Euro-American archeologists). Today's Hopi and Zuni people say these markings confirm presence of their ancestors in Capitol Reef. The Paiute Tribe calls the former inhabitants Wee Noonts (People Who Lived the Old Ways).Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download