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Monday, July 27, 2009


NASA booklet image (click to enlarge)

Creative genius seems to have been a part of San Fernando Valley history, since human beings first inhabited this part of America. The amazing treasures of Burro Flats in the Santa Suzanna Mountains, just above Chatsworth are a national treasure. The preservation of these pictographs is the first priority of our Museum. Read what NASA has to say:
"The pictographs at Burro Flats are a remarkable record of prehistoric Native American art. Archaeologists who have visited the site have said it includes some of the most dramatic and best preserved pictographs known and is among the finest examples of prehistoric pictographic art in North America."

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The San Fernando Valley, in the heart of the Creative Capital of the World, deserves a great Museum of history and culture.

1 comment:

richard hilton said...

A replica of the main summer solstice site at Burro Flats can be seen up close at the Southwest Museum for the American Indian in Highland Park. Worth the trip. Richard