White River Narrows

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Hiko, NV

Latitude/Longitude:
37.834262, -115.034824
Directions:
Travel north from Alamo, Nevada 12 miles to the junction of US Highway 93 and US Highway 318. Travel north on US Highway 318 for 27 miles to the White River Narrows Archeological Site.
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White River Narrows

White River Narrows, in lower White River Valley, is a winding canyon formed during the Pleistocene (ca. 2.5 million to 11,700 years ago) and home to one of the largest concentrations of prehistoric rock art in eastern Nevada. It contains numerous rock art sites that collectively form a district covering some 4,000 acres that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The petroglyphs at White River Narrows provide glimpses into the cultural lives of Native American peoples who lived by harvesting wild plants and animals from some 4,000 years ago until the nineteenth century. Although the exact meanings of the Narrows’ rock art may be unknowable, they mark the Narrows as a place important to those who made and used these galleries of ancient art. These petroglyphs continue today to be important to Native American peoples living in the region.
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