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Fort Cascades Petroglyph

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The replica petroglyph at Fort Cascades (Steve Hart)
A wider view (Steve Hart)
The face (Steve Hart)

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Petroglyphs are the most long-lived of Native American art forms. Very few remain in their original locations. This petroglyph is a replica of one reportedly found on this exact spot. The original now rests in front of the Skamania County Courthouse in Stevenson.

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