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UUAP 082: Fremont-Promontory-Plains Relationships

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Copyright: 1966
Trim: 7.5 x 10
Pages: 113

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978-0-87480-213-9
$17.00

UUAP 082: Fremont-Promontory-Plains Relationships

University of Utah Anthropological Paper 82

C. Melvin Aikens

University of Utah Anthropological Papers

Jesse D. Jennings, series editor

Anthropology / Archaeology

This report reassesses the ethnic and cultural origins of the Fremont in Utah, drawing its interpretations from data of more recent excavations in central, northern, and northeastern Utah and the southwestern Wyoming Basin.

The Anthropological Papers series is published on-demand on the Espresso Book Machine at the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah. No returns will be accepted.


Table of Contents:

Abstract
Acknowledgments

Background and Hypothesis
• Background: A Sketch of the Fremont Culture
• Background: A Sketch of the Promontory Culture
• History of the Fremont and Promontory Concepts
• Summary of Concepts and Unanswered Questions
• Plains Relationships of the Fremont and Promontory Cultures: A Hypothesis

Excavation at the Injun Creek Site, Warren, Utah
• The Site
• Excavation
• Cultural Affiliation and Dating
• Cultural Reconstruction
• Cultural Features
• Artifacts

Excavations at the Bear River Number One Site, Box Elder County, Utah
• The Site
• Excavation
• Cultural Affiliation and Dating
• Cultural Reconstruction
• Artifacts

Documentation of the Hypothesis of Fremont-Promontory Identity
• The Problem
• New Evidence and Hypothesis
• Summary

Documentation of Northwestern and Central Plains Relationships
• General Discussion of Northwestern and Central Plains Cultures Relevant to the Fremont Hypothesis
• Fremont-Nothern Plains Correlations
• Fremont-Dismal River Correlations
• Conclusions

Summary and Problems
Bibliography
Appendix: Skeletons from the Injun Creek Site

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