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Copyright: 2000
Trim: 8½ x 11
Pages: 308 pp.
Illustrations: 83 figures, 12 tables

PAPER
978-0-87480-804-9
$30.00
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Clear Creek Canyon Archaeological Project

Results and Synthesis
BYU Museum of Peoples and Cultures Occasional Paper No. 7

Joel C. Janetski

BYU Museum of Peoples and Cultures - Occasional Papers and Popular Series

Anthropology / Archaeology

This volume synthesizes the massive amounts of archaeological data recovered during the Clear Creek Project and integrates the findings into the existing Fremont literature. Topics are wide ranging and include community planning, use of space in households, shifts in subsistence, projectile point typology, and social structure. The authors place the Fremont in the context of the Greater Southwest and call for additional research on Fremont communities.


Table of Contents:

Figures
Tables
Preface

1. Project Overview and Contest
2. Use of Space
3. Ceramics
4. Faunal Remains
5. Worked Bone
6. Lithics
7. Obsidian
8. Chronology
9. Fremont Architecture
10. Fremont Subsistence
11. Fremont Settlement Patterns
12. Fremont External Relations
13. Paleoenvironment
14. Fremont Social and Community Organization
15. New Directions in Fremont Research

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