In the Finlay Mountains at longitude 105° 39' west, and latitude 31° 23' north, Fort Hancock Sheet, Texas, there is a former Indian campsite located on the steeper face of a cuesta fronting the east. Crude natural shelters are formed by many of the boulders which bestrew the cuesta face. They were derived from the cap rock of Cox sandstone. Many of these boulders and the face of the cliff formed by the cap rock are covered with petroglyphs.
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Osburn, Dodd N.
"Petroglyph And Pictograph Site In The Finlay Mountains,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 9
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