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Archaeological investigations in central Utah.

John P. Gillin

Archaeological investigations in central Utah.

Joint expedition of the University of Utah and the Peabody Museum, Harvard University

by John P. Gillin

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Published by The Museum in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Utah,
  • Utah -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Gillin. With an analysis of the animal bones, by Glover M. Allen.
    SeriesPapers of the Peabody museum of American archaeology and ethnology, Harvard university, vol. XVII--no. 2
    ContributionsAllen, Glover Morrill, 1879-1942.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 50 p. 1 l.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13524321M
    LC Control Number42021823
    OCLC/WorldCa2353170

    Edited by Catherine S. Some of the best examples of Fremont habitation sites that have been studied are located in Nine Mile Canyon. Cashion, W. The geologic story of the national parks and monuments [2nd ed. Students should figure tuition according to the Resident fees, as there is no Non-Resident tuition assessed for summer courses.

    Renee Barlow in absentia. Roper's comprehensive look at the archaeology, paleontology, and geomorphology at Medicine Creek gives scientists and amateurs a full assessment of a site that has taught us much about the North American continent and its early people. Background and future of the Range Creek Land Purchase. Students wishing to remain in camp will be responsible for their own food and general camp management during the breaks. Two of the sites discussed are considered for pre-Clovis status because they show evidence of human modification of mammoth faunal remains in the late Pleistocene Age.

    This Issue: The article by your editor in. The idea of overlapping strata tracing back to successive periods was borrowed from the new geological and paleontological work of scholars like William SmithJames Hutton and Charles Lyell. Note that tuition amounts are subject to change without notice. Unpublished manuscript, Colorado Plateau Archaeological Alliance. His approach was highly methodical by the standards of the time, and he is widely regarded as the first scientific archaeologist. Paper99 p.


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Archaeological investigations in central Utah. book

Paper presented for the Kiwanis Club of Sugar House. Morss conducted a survey with limited excavation, primarily in the Fremont River drainage, but with some work at Boulder, Utah and in Nine Mile Canyon.

Metcalfe, C. Lohman, S. Survey Prof. Almost years after these explorers matte their way through the Gulch, a group of avocational archaeologists began to track the original explorers by tracing the signatures they had left on the canyon walls as they moved from site to site.

Sponsored by the Department of Anthropology and the Natural History Museum of Utah, this eight-week field course is designed to teach basic archaeological field methods. Without such written sources, the only way to understand prehistoric societies is through archaeology.

The major problems are likely to be injuries due to falling, sunburn, dehydration and sore muscles. These, for the most part, are accounts of reconnaissances and brief reports of excavations. Boomgarden, and D. Sorenson published in September and October Wormington, H. This means that at first every attempt will be made to give each student experience with each field activity, but as the season progresses students will be assigned to tasks they perform best.

However, prior to the development of modern techniques, excavations tended to be haphazard; the importance of concepts such as stratification and context were overlooked. Coats, L.

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Cashion, W. Joseph Smithwhom most Latter Day Saints believe to have translated the work, stated, "I told the brethren that the Book of Mormon was the most correct of any book on earth, and the keystone of our religion, and a man would get nearer to God by abiding by its precepts, than by any other book.

No previous experience is necessary, but some exposure to basic archaeological and anthropological concepts is recommended. Springer, Corinne H. Cliff storage caches and implications for human predation. Metcalfe, Duncan, Shannon A. Utah Valley Historical Society, Provo.

Delivered at the 28th Great Basin Anthropological Conference. Collins, Colo. The geologic story of the national parks and monuments [2nd ed. Located in a very rugged and remote region, the canyon contains a remarkably intact record of an intense Fremont occupation between A.

While heavy dust from industrial traffic on unpaved roads has threatened the petroglyphs that set Nine Mile Canyon apart, a newly completed paving project has helped to ensure that the artifacts that have provided such a great opportunity to study will remain for future generations to admire and wonder at.

Cellular phones do not work in the canyon, although a satellite phone is available for emergencies. Miller, P. Yentsch, Andrew T. Nine Mile Canyon adequately served this purpose as it was formed by and still contains Nine Mile Creek, a minor water source that is nevertheless important as it is one of the only reliable, year-round sources of water in the region.

History Proc.The Gateway tradition refers to a set of archaeological sites within western Montrose and San Miguel Counties, Colorado, that appear similar to Pueblo II–period (AD –) sites to the south in the core homeland of the Ancestral Puebloans (Figs. 1 and 2).

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The sites in Montrose and San Miguel Counties, however, lack key diagnostic attributes of Pueblo II–period Ancestral Pueblo sites.

REFERENCES CITED FOR BASKETMAKER II DATABASE Anderson, Joseph K. A Descriptive Report, edited by A. L. Klesert, pp Center for Archaeological Investigations Research Paper 1. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. and a Child Burial in East-Central Utah.

Utah Archaeology 4(1): Jobe, Cynthia, and Stephen. Archaeological Investigations in Utah at Fish Springs, Clay Basin, Northern San Rafael Swell, Southern Henry Mountains $ CAI- Center for Archaeological Investigations. likes. The CAI is an independent research unit located within the College of Liberal Arts at Southern Illinois University Carbondale5/5(1).

Archaeological Investigations in Nine Mile Canyon, Utah (During the Year ). Not only was it the first major treatise to address Nine Mile Canyon, but Gillin’s research marked a watershed moment in Utah archaeology because of the tree-ring samples he collected.

The dates they producedAuthor: Jerry D. Spangler. Archaeological investigations in central Utah. Joint expedition of the University of Utah and the Peabody Museum, Harvard University.

[John Gillin; Glover M Allen].