Late Fremont (Culture Keyword)

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Archaeological Clearance of Twree Seismic Lines in the San Rafael Desert, Emery County, Utah (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gregory L. Seward.

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DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings. R.A. Varney.

Site 42UT813 represents a late Fremont occupation in central Utah. A single pollen sample from the floor of Structure 2 (Feature 55), a deep pit structure that burned, was examined previously (Puseman and Cummings 2001). A metate from this same structure floor at Kay's Cabin (site 42UT813) in Utah Valley was analyzed for pollen to identify plants that might have been ground using this tool.