Below are a selection of drawings I made while doing field work in Abiquiú, New Mexico with the Berkeley Abiquiú Collaborative Archaeology Project. We collaborated with Abiquiú high school students and community elders to survey the Land Grant and provide documentation that will help members of the Genízaro tribe protect their water and land rights. In addition to collecting archaeological data, I made several drawings each day while in the field. These drawings serve as non-empirical maps that record evidence of indigenous history with the land, as well as an ethnographic recording of our experience with the land and the community.