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Ancient caves of the Great Salt lake region

by Julian Haynes Steward

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Published by U.S. Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Salt Lake (Utah),
  • Utah,
  • Utah.
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Utah,
    • Great Salt Lake (Utah),
    • Utah -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Julian H. Steward.
      SeriesSmithsonian institution. Bureau of American ethnology. Bulletin 116
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE51 .U6 no. 116
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 131 p.
      Number of Pages131
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6359249M
      LC Control Number37026955
      OCLC/WorldCa1013971

        ~Aztlan is believed to be a river delta in western Mexico or Lake Patzcuaro~ as for the uto-aztecan speakers: that would include the calif. islands and inland valleys, (tataviam) plus all of the Great Basin, and Utah etc. etc. etc. with no more proof then you have for western mexico or lake patzcuaro buzztail. Great Salt Lake is the remnant of Lake Bonneville, a much larger Pleistocene lake which formerly occupied the eastern part of the Great Basin Province of western North America. Evidence of this ancient lake is clearly shown by a series of wave-wrought terraces and faceted headlands on the lower slopes of the surrounding mountains where clean Cited by:

      The great Great Salt Lake: Author: Peter G. Czerny: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Brigham Young University Press, ISBN: , Length: pages: Subjects: Great Salt Lake (Utah) Great Salt Lake Region (Utah) Great Salt Lake region (Utah) Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Archaeologists on the trail of a little-known ancient culture have found a cache of clues that may help unlock its secrets: a cave containing hundreds of children’s moccasins. The cave, on the shore of Utah ’s Great Salt Lake, was first excavated in the s, but the artifacts found there — and the questions that they raised — were.

        Steward, Julian H. Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin No. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin No. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, by: 5. He selected two caves on the west side of the Great Salt Lake and in the summer of established a camp just east of Wendover. Jennings and his students excavated Jukebox and Raven caves, which proved only moderately successful in terms of research.


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From tothe University of Utah and the Smithsonian Institutes Bureau of American Ethnology sponsored archaeological field work in the vicinity of the Great Salt Lake. Particular attention was paid to caves that had once been submerged by Lake Bonneville, a prehistoric lake that was some 1, feet above the level of the remnant Great Salt Lake.4/5(3).

Excerpt from Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region That this rise to the Bonneville level, overflow, and subsequent drop to the Provo level were concomitant with the maximum of the final Pleistocene glacial period has been, if not established beyond all doubt, generally postulated by geologists.3 In terms of years, this glacial maximum is presumed to have endured from /5(2).

Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region. Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region. Excerpt. Archeological field work of the University of Utah in and was carried on in the vicinity of Great Salt Lake, attention being devoted to caves which had once been submerged by Lake Bonneville.

First published in by the Bureau of American Ethnology, this edition of Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region features a new foreword by Joel Janetski.

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY Julian Steward (–) was director of the Institute of Social Anthropology at the Smithsonian Institute. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Steward, Julian Haynes, Ancient caves of the Great Salt Lake region.

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Govt. print. : Another region which appeared to be rich in caves is the country at the eastern side of the northern end of Promontory Point, where the highway and railroad from Blue Creek cross the range. Other caves seem to be scattered through- out the ranges to the north.

Flying low over the marshes bordering Great Salt Lake. A/ Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region Julian H. Steward Foreword by Joel C. Janetski THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH PRESS Salt Lake City. Order Your Rare and Unusual Books Online 24/7. My Account; Checkout; Cart; The Archaeology of Ancient Tactical Sites quantity.

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Language English Format PDF ISBN Publisher Forgotten Books Published Downloadable 24 months Currency EUR ID Copy protection without. More ebooks from the same author(s) / Editor. The field work included thorough excavations of two large caves on the western shore of Promontory Point and one large cave on the southern shore of the Great Salt Lake, as well as reconnaissance of a number of smaller caves on Promontory Point and the northern shore of Bear River Bay.

The work was led by Julian Steward, who prepared this report. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ancient Caves of The Great Salt Lake Region Steward Haynes at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. The Great Salt Lake, located in the northern part of the U.S. state of Utah, is the largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere, and the eighth-largest terminal lake in the world.

In an average year the lake covers an area of approximately 1, square miles (4, km 2), but the lake's size fluctuates substantially due to its shallowness. For instance, in it reached its Location: Utah, United States. Hundreds of ancient children’s shoes found in Utah cave shed light on little-known culture.

A wealth of artifacts found in a cave on the shores of the Great Salt Lake in Utah, including hundreds of animal-skin moccasins that would have mostly belonged to. NO traces of the Folsom culture, the earliest known Stone Age culture of North America, have been found as yet west of the Rocky Mountains.

It has. region in ancient times, just as it is today, but the most intense occupation of the region by ancient people occurred within the last two millennia.

It is this period that is best rep-resented in the archaeology of the Great Salt Lake wetlands. The population in the vicinity of Great Salt Lake markedly increased between A.D. andpeaking.Danger Cave is a North American archaeological site located in the Bonneville Basin of western Utah around the Great Salt Lakes region, that features artifacts of the Desert Culture from c.

BC until c. AD. Through carbon dating, it has been determined that there is very little evidence of human life in the Danger Cave area c. 11, BP [ BC], but there is much Location: Tooele County, Utah, USA. The Promontory Caves are located on Promontory point, along the Great Salt Lake in Utah and were first excavated in and by Julian Steward from the University of Utah.

Promontory sites are most often identified by the presence of .