Photographic media and associated site data recording Native American rock art sites throughout southern California and the
western United States. Photographed and recorded during the years 1970-1991 by Daniel F. McCarthy.
The photographic media and associated site data in this collection was recorded between the years 1970-1991 by Daniel F. McCarthy.
Daniel F. McCarthy, currently archaeologist and Tribal Relations Program Manager for the San Bernardino National Forest, is
known as an expert in Native American plant uses, prehistoric aboriginal trails, and rock art. He is a founding member and
past Vice President of the American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA).
15 linear feet
Ownership of the physical collection and copyright belongs to the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum. Additional rights may be
claimed by Indigenous groups associated with rock art sites.
Collection is open for research.