Who Lived Here?
Background photo by Rupestrian Cybersonics, courtesy Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). Painting of Indians hunting buffalo by Nola Davis, courtesy TPWD. Depiction of Silverio Escontrias, courtesy TPWD. Scenes of native huts, houses, and cornfields are derived from photos taken of displays in the Centennial Museum, University of Texas at El Paso, and the El Paso Museum of Archeology, and from painting of Firecracker Pueblo by George Nelson, courtesy of Institute of Texan Cultures, University of Texas at San Antonio. Photos of children visiting site and ranger looking at rock art courtesy TPWD.
Why Live Here?
Background photos by Rupestrian Cybersonics and Wanda Olzewski, courtesy TPWD. Deer, snake, and mouse photos courtesy TPWD. Panther drinking water, courtesy Centennial Museum, UTEP. Graphic of zia maize adapted from depictions at El Paso Museum of Archeology and Centennial Museum, UTEP. Precipitation map, courtesy TPWD.
Discover Ancient Secrets
Background photos and rock art by Rupestrian Cybersonics, courtesy TPWD, and Susan Dial. Rock art paintings by Forrest Kirkland, TARL Archives. Rock art "before and after" photos by Rupestrian Cybersonics. Photos of archeologists and visitors to site courtesy TPWD.