Raymond Andrews

Bishop Paiute Tribe

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Historic preservation officer for the Paiute Tribe

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From high on a wall in the mountains near Bishop in the eastern Sierra, four Native American petroglyphs have been cut down with drills, power saws and pry bars and carted away.

Ancient Sacred Petroglyphs Stolen

From high on a wall in the mountains near Bishop in the eastern Sierra, four Native American petroglyphs have been cut down with drills, power saws and pry bars and carted away.

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