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Forest Kirklandís original plate depicting select pictographs and one petroglyph he copied in 1936 at Bee Cave Canyon and from nearby localities along Chalk Draw. The immense back wall of the Bee Cave Canyon shelter is scattered with rock art. Some of the pictographs are unique in style to the site, such as Number 10, which consists of the outline of a hand and arm that was created by tracing them with pigment. TARL Archives.

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