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Pharo Village, Alluvial Geochronology, Climate, and Implications for Fremont Site Occupation and Abandonment
The results of geoarchaeological investigations at Pharo Village, a Fremont hamlet situated on a large alluvial fan in central Utah, are discussed in order to reveal ways in which changes in landform dynamics contributed ...
Moving beyond Boundaries: Fremont and Anasazi Archaeology and Rock Art in Southeastern Utah
Southeastern Utah was occupied by groups for whom movement, abandonment, and resettlement was a way of life. Although the Fremont and the Anasazi are often conceptualized as distinct cultural traditions, underlying ...