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dc.creatorMurphy, James L., 1941-
dc.identifier.citationJames L. Murphy, "Interpretation of the Phelps Creek Petroglyph: Was Mrs. Goddard Splay-footed?" Ohio Archaeologist 62, no. 1 (Winter 2012): 18-19.en_US
dc.description.abstractThe Phelps Creek Petroglyph, an historic rock carving in Ashtabula County, Ohio, is described. Local tradition indicates that it was carved at some time in the late 1800s by a local farmer, William F. Goddard, who used the outline of his wife's feet. Some general thoughts on the interpretation of prehistoric and historic rock art are also presented.en_US
dc.publisherArchaeological Society of Ohioen_US
dc.subjectPhelps Creek Petroglyph (Ashtabula County, Ohio)en_US
dc.subjectWindsor Mills Earthwork (Ashtabula County, Ohio)en_US
dc.subjectPetroglyphs (Interpretation)en_US
dc.subjectGoddard, William F., 1853-1929en_US
dc.titleInterpretation of the Phelps Creek Petroglyph: Was Mrs. Goddard Splay-footed?en_US
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