The eldest of three sons born into a farming family east of Brawley, California, Harry has always been interested in flying, photography, and desert archaeology. These interests led him to take classes from noted archaeologist and historian Jay von Werlhof at the Imperial Valley College in El Centro, California. During these classes he met his future wife, Margaret, and made a lifelong friend in Jay. For the last thirty-five years Harry has flown over the Colorado and Mojave Deserts, documenting the little known geoglyphs of the American Southwest.
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.