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Indian Rock Paintings of the Great Lakes (1962)

by Selwyn Dewdney, Kenneth E. Kidd

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Series: Quetico Foundation Series (4)

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Kidd, Kenneth E.main authorall editionsconfirmed
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About fifteen miles southeast of Kenora, in the water labyrinth of channels, bays, and islands so typical of Lake of the Woods, you will come to the outlet of Blindfold Lake. Nearby, on the north shore, is a vertical rock above a sloping ledge, its face scattered with Indian paintings.
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