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Fremont & Ute Indian Rock Art Replicas
Pictographs & Petroglyphs

These casts are replicas of the rock art left by the Ute culture on the cliffs of western Colorado. The Ute tribe supplanted the Fremont culture (750-1250 AD) in this area and lived here until they were removed in 1879. The horse was very important to the Ute. It made him a trader of horses, slaves and deer hides. It also allowed him to hunt the buffalo. The shape of the anthropomorphous or manlike figures, some which display elaborate decoration, characterizes their rock art.

The creation of these replicas leaves the original untouched, as it should be, and every effort has been made to duplicate the panels out of the canyon.



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Elk Melon Hill 11"x9"

Freemont Little Bighorn Sheep 7"x8"

Rake Headress Anthro 6"x8"
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Fremont Storage Pot
Mud Head
Kachina Figure - Ute
14"x18"
Fremont Square Sheep
Moon Canyon
12"x19"
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Carrot Men
Part of Fremont Story Panel
12"x32"
Ute Horse & Tepee
11"x12"
Moon Canyon Sheep
Part of Fremont Story Panel
44"x16"

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