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POLLEN ANALYSIS OF GROUNDSTONE SAMPLES AND CERAMIC RESIDUE ANALYSIS, MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS, AND ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS OF THREE PIPES FROM WOLF VILLAGE (42UT273), GOSHEN CANYON, UTAH

Author(s): Linda Scott Cummings ; Peter Kováčik ; Jammi L. Ladwig

Year: 2013

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Summary

Wolf Village, 42UT273, is a Fremont site located north of the mouth of Goshen Canyon in Utah County, Utah. Radiocarbon dates on corn from this site range from AD 840 to 1,000. Investigating the subsistence base includes examining four pieces of groundstone for pollen evidence of grinding. Six ceramic pipes also were submitted with the goal of identifying the single best sample for analysis of pollen, phytoliths, starch, macrofloral remains, and organic residue (FTIR). Two more pipe samples submitted were deemed promising based upon the amount of pipe dottle recovered, so they also were included in these analyses.


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POLLEN ANALYSIS OF GROUNDSTONE SAMPLES AND CERAMIC RESIDUE ANALYSIS, MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS, AND ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS OF THREE PIPES FROM WOLF VILLAGE (42UT273), GOSHEN CANYON, UTAH. Linda Scott Cummings, Peter Kováčik, Jammi L. Ladwig. PRI Technical Report ,2011-113/2013-051. 2013 ( tDAR id: 380258) ; doi:10.6067/XCV83J3CJJ


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min long: -112.519; min lat: 39.617 ; max long: -111.113; max lat: 40.521 ;

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Contact(s): Paleo Research Institute


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