Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River no. 2 site

by C. Melvin Aikens

Publisher: University of Utah Press in Salt Lake City

Written in English
Published: Pages: 65 Downloads: 666
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  • Snake Rock Village (Utah),
  • Bear River (Utah-Idaho),
  • Utah -- Antiquities

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Includes a discussion of the importance of early fur-trade and scientific exploration on the development of overland migration routes — particularly Peter Ogden's exploration of the Snake River country, the Great Basin, and the Bear River, including the discovery of the "Unknown" [Humboldt] River that provided the critical link. This scrapbook became the basis of the book featured here detailing Allen's adventures. Allen's western journey officially began at Council Bluffs, Iowa. He experienced a typical Oregon Trail crossing until reaching the Snake River Valley in Idaho. Limping along on a badly sprained ankle, Allen concluded that he could walk no further. American River Resort New River Rd Coloma, CA Coloma Resort & RV Park American River Mt. Murphy Road Coloma, CA Colusa Sacramento River SRA Farming Town w/ Fishing N of Sacramento, CA. Far Horizons 49er Village RV Resort Plymouth, CA Glory Hole Campground Glory Hole. Additionally, when the site was designated a National Historic Landmark in it was done so under the title "Bear River Massacre Site," and massacre is the term used on all but the oldest of monuments and markers at the site. (For example, see on Wikimedia Commons.) Beneathtimp , 11 August (UTC).

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A report on the excavations and artifacts found at two prehistoric sites that portray different aspects of Fremont culture. Snake Rock Village was a permanent agricultural settlement, while Bear River No.

2 was a hunting camp. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aikens, C. Melvin. Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River no. 2 site. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, []. Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River no. 2 site (Anthropological papers / University of Utah, Department of Anthropology) [Aikens, C.

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Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River #2 Site (Utah)Manufacturer: U of Utah. Aikens, C. Melvin (b). “Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No. 2 Site”, University of Utah Anthropological Papers, No. The University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City. Aikens, C. Melvin (a).

The Bear River Massacre, or the Battle of Bear River or Massacre at Boa Ogoi, took place in present-day Franklin County, Idaho on Janu After years of skirmishes and food raids on farms and ranches, the United States Army attacked a Shoshone encampment, gathered at the confluence of the Bear River and Battle Creek in what was then southeastern Washington Territory, near the present.

UUAP Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No. 2 Site (Aikens) UUAP Excavations at Nephi, Utah, – (Sharrock) UUAP. Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No.

2 Site. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Anthropological Papers, no. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Anthropological Papers, no. Excavations in southwest Utah / C.

Melvin Aikens ; Jesse D. Jennings, series editor; Dona Gubler McLaren Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River no. 2 site / by C. Melvin Aikens ; with an appendix Miscellaneous collected papers / by C. Melvin Aikens [et al.] excavations, Harris Wash, Utah, by Don D.

Fowler. Village 2 0. Whiterock s Village 2 0. Woodruff 2 Excavations. at the Injun Creek and. Bear River. Anthropologica l Paper s no. Sal t. Lak e City. b Excavations. Snake. Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No.

2 Site, University of Utah Anthropological Pap Salt Lake City. Aikens, C. () Hogup Cave, University of Utah Anthropological Pap Salt Lake City. Pictographs are a type of aboriginal artwork made on rock surfaces with colors most commonly obtained from vegetable dyes. These priceless images are scattered throughout Idaho, but are found primarily north of the Snake River -- the most infamous being the large Priest Lake Indian Pictographs which can be toured by boat.

Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River no. 2 site / by C. Melvin Aikens ; with an appendix excavations, Harris Wash, Utah, by Don D. Fowler; Glen Canyon: a summary / by Jesse D. Jennings. Prehistoric Great Basin sites containing the remains of mammals discussed in the text.

Bi = Brachylagus idahoensis; Mf = Marmota flaviventris; Nc = Neotoma cinerea; Tt = Thomomys talpoides. 13 Bear Ruin AZ P – cal yr BP Ceramics Haury, Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the.

Beaver River No. 2 site. University of Utah Anthropological. Site notes; Excavation dates: Archaeologists: William E. Myer: Architecture; Architectural styles: burial mounds, platform mounds, plaza: Responsible body: City of Brentwood: Fewkes Group Archaeological Site, also known as the Boiling Springs Site, is a pre American history Native American archaeological site.

Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River Number Two Site by C. Melvin Aikens Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River Number Two Site by C. Melvin Aikens (p. ) A Coastal Chumash Village: Excavations of Shisholop, Ventura County, California by Roberta S. Greenwood, R.

Browne (pp. REFERENCES CITED Aikens, C. Melvin Excavation at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No. 2 Site. Anthropological Papers No, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

Berge, Dale L. An Archaeological Survey in the Castle Valley Area, Central Utah. Publications in Archaeology, New Series No.,1 Brigham Young University. The Fremont complex is composed of farmers and foragers who occupied the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin region of western North America from about to years ago.

These people included both immigrants and indigenes who shared some material culture and symbolic attributes, but also varied in ways not captured by definitions of the Fremont as a shared cultural tradition. Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River no.

2 site by C. Melvin Aikens 1 edition - first published in Not in Library Borrow Listen. Subjects. Antiquities, Indians of North America, Excavations (Archaeology), Accessible book, Prehistoric peoples, Congresses.

Bison (Bison bison) were widespread in the eastern and northern parts of the Great Basin (the area of internal drainage in the arid western USA) during the late Holocene, particularly after 14 Cyr BP.

However, of the four areas within the Great Basin for which there is anecdotal evidence of the historic presence of these animals, only one-south-central Oregon-has provided compelling.

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Harper, K. The Vegetational Environment of the Bear River No. 2 Archeological Site, Appendix. In Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No. 2 Site, by Aikens, C. M, pp. 62 – University of Utah Anthropological Papers No.

Salt Lake City. materials found at the site and associating the trade sherds with other sites in the area, Aikens places Snake Rock Village at be-tween A.D. and In contrast to Snake Rock Village, the Bear River No. 2 site is located in the north-ern part of the panhandle of Utah near the mouth of the Bear River as it empties into the Great Salt Lake.

Excavation and analytical procedures specifically were designed to recover microrefuse–refuse with a minimum dimension of less than cm. Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No. 2 Site. Anthropological Papers No. University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

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