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Excavations at Five Finger Ridge, Clear Creek Canyon, Central Utah

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Copyright: 2000
Trim: 8½ x 11
Pages: 710 pp.
Illustrations: 261 figures, 163 tables

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978-0-87480-688-5
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Excavations at Five Finger Ridge, Clear Creek Canyon, Central Utah

BYU Museum of Peoples and Cultures Occasional Paper No. 5

Edited by Richard K. Talbot et al.

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

Anthropology / Archaeology

Five Finger Ridge is the largest Fremont community excavated thus far in the Fremont area. The site contained multiple pit and adobe walled storage structures, massive quantities of Fremont material culture including ceramics, chipped and stone, worked bone tools, ornaments, and animal bone, all of which is reported in detail. The site dates to the late Fremont period, ~AD 1100 to AD 1300.


Table of Contents:

Figures
Tables
Preface

1. Five Finger Ridge: Site 42SV1686
2. Cultural Features
3. Architecture
4. Chronology
5. Ceramics
6. Lithics
7. Bone and Antler Tools, Minerals, Ornaments, Wooden Artifacts, and Textiles
8. Unmodified Vertebrate Faunal Remains
9. Botanical Remains
10. Human Remains
11. A Summary of Prehistoric Residential Sites in Clear Creek Canyon

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