Academic journal article Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

Acknowledgments

Academic journal article Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

Acknowledgments

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I would like to thank the American Philosophical Society for giving me a modest grant to conduct this research. I thank Floyd A. O'Neil for writing a supportive letter of recommendation to the APS. Thanks are due to James Goss for his willingness to share his knowledge of Ute cosmology. Forest Cuch and Betsy Chapoose, of the Northern Ute Tribe, have published and supported Clifford's research. I'd like to thank the Bureau of Land Management for providing horses for Clifford's transport into some really remote canyons in Utah and western Colorado. Karen Derick, George Decker, Ed Horton, Josh McDaniels, Alan Watchman, and Glade Hadden have provided terrific photographs documenting this project. I'd like to thank the editors, Bonnie Beach, Marcia Colman, and especially Pamela Lankas, for their patience during all the rewrites.

Most of all, I want to emphasize that the desire to communicate the information contained herein was borne of Clifford's strong conviction that people should be educated about the histories and spiritual significance of the Ute rock art of western Colorado and eastern Utah.

The Song is a spirit. It moves like thinking, like a thought.

From this to that, as it jumps around.

So one day you're sitting there and it jumps into you. …

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