In the shadows of deep canyons in Southwest Texas and Northern Mexico, where the Pecos, Devils, and Rio Grande flow, are thousands of paintings on the walls of hundreds of rockshelters and overhangs. Archaeologists term such works “pictographic rock art.” These particular pictographs were created over many centuries by Native American groups known collectively today as the Lower Pecos Region cultures.

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