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Native American Rock Art in the Santa Monica Mountains - presented by Al Knight

November 11th at 7:00 p.m. - at New Life Church of the Nazarene.

Al Knight was raised in North Hollywood. He worked on his first student dig in 1975 in Little Tujunga Canyon and got his BA at UC Santa Barbara in 1983. He has been making a living doing archaeology and anthropology since 1985 when he became a Research Associate at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Anthropology Department.

Al’s interests include California and Great Basin prehistory, geography, rock art, ethnobotany, hot springs, and Southern Californian Vernacular Stonemason houses. Al is a member of the Board of Directors, Ventura County Archaeological Society (VCAS). He has worked on excavations and researched numerous locations, including the former Sant Susana Field Laboratory, which has been nominated by NASA for the National Register of Historic Places, as the Burro Flats Traditional Cultural Property.

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