A petroglyph rock of historical importance to First Nations people in this region was returned to the Churn Creek Protected area of the Cariboo on Wednesday

A petroglyph rock of historical importance to First Nations people in this region was returned to the Churn Creek Protected area of the Cariboo on Wednesday

Petroglyph rock is lowered into place at new Churn Creek home

First Nations people in the Cariboo Chilcotin recently welcomed home a petroglyph rock that was removed from the region way back in 1926.

 

A petroglyph rock of historical importance to First Nations people in this region was returned to the Churn Creek Protected area of the Cariboo on Wednesday, June 13 from Vancouver where it has been since 1926, first in Stanley Park then the Museum of Vancouver.