Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, Anne took her lifelong love of history and turned it into a career by attending Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, to get a Masters in Library and Information Science, focusing on archives. She was hired as the Head Archivist/Curator at the Imperial Valley Desert Museum in Ocotillo, California, and promptly fell in love with the desert around her. While working at the IVDM Anne met Harry and Meg Casey and what began as an archival project on Harry’s nearly 10,000 aerial images became a friendship and partnership as she helped edit Harry’s original manuscript into a published book.
Geoglyphs of the Desert Southwest: Earthen Art as Viewed from Above
Authors: Anne MorganHarry Casey
Across the deserts of the American southwest are one of the largest concentrations of geoglyphs outside of Peru’s Nazca Lines. These ancient Native American works of earthen art can be …
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- Categories: California: General, Deserts: California and Southwest, History/Lore/Native Americans.
- Format: softcover
- Pages: 120
- Dimensions: 9 x 10
- ISBN: 9781941384503
- Year Published: 2019
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sunbelt Publications, Inc.