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Coast Salish petroglyph at Petroglyph Provincial Park in Victoria, Canada
© D. Labiste 2004



Dino at the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology
in Vancouver, Canada
© S. Witmore 2004



Santiago Kawarim casting an atlatl dart at the Rattlesnake Rendezvous 2004 event, Sunol-Ohlone Regional Wilderness, California.
© K. Peek 2004



Gathering tanoak acorns with Bev Ortiz.
© D. Labiste 2003


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