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The University of Utah Press


UUAP 001-009: A Reprint of the Archaeology and Ethnology Papers Numbers 1–9
Price: $22.00

Includes papers on Prehistoric Exchange in Utah (1); The Ancient Mexican Writing System (2); The Gosiute Indians (3); A Brief Description of an Indian Ruin Near Shonesburg, Utah (4); The Archeology of the Deep Creek Region, Utah (5); An Indian Burial, A Barbed Bon Projectile Point, and Accompanying Artifacts from Bear Lake, Idaho (6); Archeology of Black Rock 3 Cave, Utah (7); Archeology in the San Juan (8); and An Archeological Reconnaissance in Washington County, Utah (9).


UUAP 010: The Archaeology of Deadman Cave, Utah: A Revision
Price: $17.00

Deadman Cave was excavated between 1938 and 1941. This is the report of those excavations on this site located on the southern shore of the Great Salt Lake, Utah.


UUAP 011: Proceedings of the Sixth Plains Archeological Conference 1948
Price: $17.00

This publication was derived from the proceedings of the Sixth Plains Archeological Conference held in 1948 at Lincoln, Nebraska. Papers focused on the problems of early man and the geological, paleontological, and climatological factors.


UUAP 012: An Archeological Survey of Western Utah
Price: $22.00

The report of material culture and results from the surveys and test excavations completed during 1949-1951 in western Utah by the Statewide Archeological Survey program.


UUAP 013: In the Beginning: A Navaho Creation Myth
Price: $17.00

The Navaho creation myth as recorded in 1950 near Tuba City, Arizona by Stanley Fisher. His informant was Frank Goldtooth.


UUAP 014: Archaeological Survey of the La Sal Mountain Area, Utah
Price: $22.00

A report on the findings and interpretation of an archaeological survey completed in the La Sal Mountain area near the town of Moab, Utah. This work was completed in 1949-1952 and summarizes about 350 recorded sites, many at high elevations.


UUAP 015: A Study in Culture Contact and Culture Change: The Whiterock Utes in Transition
Price: $17.00

A historical and analytical study of the Whiterock Utes with an emphasis on the influence and interaction of the socio-economic structure.


UUAP 016: The Garrison Site
Price: $17.00

A report on the 1952 excavation of the prehistoric Garrison site, located in the Snake Valley region of western Utah.


UUAP 017: Notes on the Utah Utes by Edward Palmer, 1866-77
Price: $7.00

Notes taken by Dr. Edward Palmer between 1866-1877 on the ethnology of the Utah Utes and reproduced in full.


UUAP 018: Pine Park Shelter, Washington County, Utah
Price: $17.00

The report on an archaeological excavation undertaken at Pine Park Shelter located in the Beaver Dam Mountains in southwestern Utah. Excavation was completed in 1950 and included both prehistoric and Southern Paiute materials.


UUAP 019: Human Skeletal Material from Deadman Cave, Utah
Price: $7.00

The description and classification of prehistoric human skeletal material found during the 1938-1941 excavation of Deadman Cave, near the southern shore of the Great Salt Lake.


UUAP 020: Archeological Excavations in Beef Basin, Utah
Price: $17.00

A report on the salvage survey and testing of nine archaeological sites during the years 1952-1953, located in Beef Basin, southeastern Utah.


UUAP 021: Archeological Investigations in Nine Mile Canyon, Utah: A Re-publication
Price: $17.00

Archaeological investigations in Nine Mile Canyon, central Utah, were undertaken during 1936 and are reported herein. These include both a survey of the area and the excavation of three prehistoric sites in the middle and upper portions of the canyon.


UUAP 022: Archaeology of Zion Park
Price: $22.00

A description of twelve archaeological sites located during the 1933-34 surveys of Zion National Park, primarily in Parunuweap Canyon, and subsequently tested or fully excavated.


UUAP 023: Ute Rorschach Performance and Some Notes on Field Problems and Methods
Price: $7.00

Projective psychological (Rorschach) tests were used on the Whiterocks Utes to gain insight into personality characteristics, personality age structures, similarities to age appropriate standard samples and personality changes with age.


UUAP 024: Early Man in the Columbia Intermontane Province
Price: $17.00

A review of the archaeological problems relating to the occurrence of Early Man in the Columbia Intermontane province, with particular emphasis on the Columbia Basin. Problems relate to areal and cultural relationships, dating and the establishment of a temporal framework.


UUAP 025: Archeological Excavations in Iron County, Utah
Price: $17.00

This report presents the results of archaeological fieldwork in Iron County, southwestern Utah, during 1954. Two related projects are also reported: 1) excavation of two mounds at Paragonah; and 2) a petroglyph survey to record rock art throughout the district.


UUAP 026: Papers of the Third Great Basin Archeological Conference
Price: $17.00

Papers of the Third Great Basin Archeological Conference (UUAP #26) by Faye-Cooper Cole


UUAP 027: Danger Cave
Price: $22.00

The definitive report on the 1949-1953 archaeological excavations at Danger Cave, Juke Box Cave, and Raven Cave, located in western Utah near Wendover.


UUAP 028: An Archeological Survey of the Fremont Area
Price: $17.00

The final report from the Utah Statewide Archeological Survey that covers an area bounded on the north by the Uintah Mountains, on the west by the Wasatch Mountains and Plateau, and on the south by the southern edge of the Dirty Devil drainage. The Colorado River and the Utah-Colorado state line form the eastern boundary.


UUAP 029: Two Fremont Sites and their Position in Southwestern Prehistory
Price: $22.00

This volume covers the 1955 excavations of the Old Woman and Poplar Knob sites located in Sevier County, Utah, in Part I. It summarizes the Fremont, Puebloid, and western Pueblo cultures found in the Northern Periphery area of the Southwest in Part II.


UUAP 030: Glen Canyon Survey in 1957
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 1. This report covers the initial survey of archaeological sites threatened with inundation from the creation of the Glen Canyon reservoir. It covers the area from the Escalante drainage to the Wahweap drainage.


UUAP 031: Preliminary Report on Biological Resources of the Glen Canyon Reservoir
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 2. A concise analysis of the biological investigations of the Glen Canyon region for the purpose of ascertaining what biological resources were available to the ancient people that left the archaeological ruins.


UUAP 032: Mormon Towns in the Region of the Colorado
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 3. The report covers the founding, history and descriptions of six Mormon towns: Boulder, Cannonville, Escalante, Hanksville, Hite, and Lees Ferry, all located in the Glen Canyon region.


UUAP 033: The Activities of Jacob Hamblin in the Region of the Colorado
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 4. This volume contains the history of Jacob Hamblin, an Indian missionary for the Mormon Church, who was born in 1819 and spent considerable time in the Glen Canyon region.


UUAP 034: Archaeological Notes on Stansbury Island
Price: $17.00

Based on a report completed in 1948, this volume presents descriptions of the prehistoric artifacts and burials found on Stansbury Island during the excavation of two cave sites.


UUAP 035: Excavations in Mancos Canyon, Colorado
Price: $22.00

Salvage excavation of five prehistoric sites was completed in 1942 in Mancos Canyon, Colorado, and reported in this volume. An additional 24 open sites in the canyon were surveyed and pottery collection completed.


UUAP 036: Survey of Vegetation in the Glen Canyon Reservoir Basin
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 5. One of a series of AP reports about the Colorado River centered on the Glen Canyon area and completed as part of the salvage work associated with the dam. The volume describes the vegetation in the reservoir basin.


UUAP 037: An Outline of the History of the Flaming Gorge Area
Price: $17.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Volume 1. This series is based on work from the archaeological salvage project for the Upper Colorado River Basin and published within the AP series. This report focuses on the area affected by the Flaming Gorge dam.


UUAP 038: The Havasupai Woman
Price: $17.00

An ethnographic report on the life cycle of the Havasupai woman based on five months of field research by Carma Lee Smithson during 1950 and 1951.


UUAP 039.1: Glen Canyon Archaeological Survey - Part I
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 6. Part I of III Parts. This volume defines and refines problems of regional importance from the limited data collected during the archaeological survey and contains varying author opinions about interpretation.


UUAP 039.2: Glen Canyon Archaeological Survey - Part II
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 6. Part II of III Parts. Contains the archaeological survey of the Kaiparowits Plateau by James Gunnerson, the Glen Canyon main stem survey by Don Fowler, and the San Juan triangle survey by Ted Weller reports.


UUAP 039.3: Glen Canyon Archaeological Survey - Part III
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 6. Part III of III. Reports on the final phase of the Glen Canyon survey concentrated in the upper canyon between Hite, Utah, and the confluence of the San Juan and Colorado rivers.


UUAP 040: Ecological Studies of Flora and Fauna in Glen Canyon
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 7. This volume is an aggregation of eight related papers that portray the results of studies of the flora and fauna of Glen Canyon.


UUAP 041.1: The Coombs Site: Part I
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 8. Part I of III. The volume is the first excavation report on the Coombs site, undertaken in 1958 because it appeared to be the most significant site within or adjacent to the Glen Canyon areas that were flooded.


UUAP 041.2: The Coombs Site: Part II
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 8. Part II of III. This volume is the second report on the Coombs site, located in Boulder, Garfield County, southern Utah and summarizes the 1959 excavation year.


UUAP 041.3: The Coombs Site: Part III, Summary and Conclusions
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 8. Part III of III. This volume is the third and final report on the Coombs site, located in Boulder, Garfield County, southern Utah and contains the summary and conclusions about the archaeological excavation.


UUAP 042: Outline History of the Glen Canyon Region
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 9. This report is the first general reconstruction of the history of the Glen Canyon region, an area covering parts of Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico


UUAP 043: 1957 excavations, Glen Canyon Area
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 10. This volume reports on ten prehistoric sites that were excavated during the 1957 field season in Kane and Garfield counties, south-central Utah. Nine of the excavated sites were located on the Escalante River or its tributaries.


UUAP 044: 1958 Excavations, Glen Canyon
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 11. Twelve archaeological sites were tested or excavated during the summer of 1958 and are reported in this volume. These were located in the lower Glen Canyon between the confluence of the San Juan and Colorado rivers and the dam site at Page, Arizona.AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 11. Twelve archaeological sites were tested or excavated during the summer of 1958 and are reported in this volume. These were located in the lower Glen Canyon between the confluence of the San Juan and Colorado rivers and the dam site at Page, Arizona.AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 11. Twelve archaeological sites were tested or excavated during the summer of 1958 and are reported in this volume. These were located in the lower Glen Canyon between the confluence of the San Juan and Colorado rivers and the dam site at Page, Arizona.AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 11. Twelve archaeological sites were tested or excavated during the summer of 1958 and are reported in this volume. These were located in the lower Glen Canyon between the confluence of the San Juan and Colorado rivers and the dam site at Page, Arizona.


UUAP 045: A Survey of Vegetation in the Flaming Gorge Reservoir Basin
Price: $17.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Number 2. This volume contains the results of a survey of reservoir vegetation prior to inundation of approximately 42,000 acres of land situated in northeastern Utah and southwestern Wyoming.


UUAP 046: Historical sites in Glen Canyon, mouth of San Juan River to Lee's Ferry
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 12. This volume consists of a detailed study of the historical sites in Glen Canyon below the mouth of the San Juan River to the dam itself. The waters of Lake Powell have now either wholly or partly submerged all of these historical sites.


UUAP 047: Archaeology of the Death Valley Salt Pan, California
Price: $22.00

More than 650 archaeological sites were found and recorded during the survey of the Death Valley salt pan. A number of these were excavated: five rock mounds, five storage pits, one dwelling, one shelter, six rock circles, six rock traps, and one fireplace. The survey and excavation work is reported in this volume.


UUAP 048: Ecological Studies of the Flora and Fauna of Flaming Gorge Reservoir Basin, Utah and Wyoming
Price: $22.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Number 3. This report includes survey summaries on the vegetation, arthropods, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals of the Flaming Gorge reservoir basin. In addition, an aquatic survey of the Green River and its tributaries within the basin was completed and reported herein.


UUAP 049: 1959 Excavations, Glen Canyon Area
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 13. In 1959, twenty-two archaeological sites were tested or excavated in the upper Glen Canyon region, roughly between Hite, Utah, and the confluence of the San Juan and Colorado Rivers. This report is describes and summarizes these sites and findings.


UUAP 050: The Archaeological Excavations at Willow Beach, Arizona, 1950
Price: $17.00

Archaeological investigations of this site were begun in 1936 by the C.C.C., and continued in 1947-48 by the National Park Service. This volume reports on the tests that were conducted in 1950 by University of Utah crews.


UUAP 051: Survey of Vegetation in the Navajo Reservoir Basin
Price: $17.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Number 4. The report on the quantitative survey of the vegetation of the Navajo Dam reservoir basin prior to inundation of an estimated 16,000 acres of land. The survey was completed in 1960.


UUAP 052: 1960 Excavations, Glen Canyon Area
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 14. Archaeological survey, testing and excavation of twenty-four sites was carried out in Lake Canyon and its tributaries and is reported here. The 1960 focus was on problem orientation and as such, salvaging an adequate sample for this purpose.


UUAP 053: Prehistoric Settlement and Physical Environment in the Mesa Verde Area
Price: $22.00

Prehistoric Settlement and Physical Environment in the Mesa Verde Area (UUAP #53)


UUAP 054: The Hoskaninni Papers: Mining in Glen Canyon, 1897-1902
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 15. Robert Brewster Stantons diary is a firsthand account of the biggest mining enterprise in Glen Canyon and is appropriate for reproduction in this series. This diary makes it possible to reconstruct a chapter in the history of the canyon and to


UUAP 055: Ecological Studies of the Flora and Fauna of Navajo Reservoir Basin, Colorado and New Mexico
Price: $22.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Number 5. A report devoted to ecological studies of the flora and fauna of the Navajo Reservation Basin on the San Juan River, Colorado and New Mexico.


UUAP 056: A Survey of Vegetation in the Curecanti Reservoir Basins
Price: $17.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Number 6. This report represents the findings of the quantitative survey of vegetation made during 1961 as part of the salvage work for the three Curecanti Unit reservoirs. These included the Blue Mesa, Morrow Point, and Crystal reservoir basins on the Gunnison River in western Colorado.


UUAP 057: Carnegie Museum Collection from Southeast Utah
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 16. Three archaeological survey expeditions from the Carnegie Museum were in southeast Utah in the area between the San Juan and Colorado rivers during 1945-1947. This report is primarily a descriptive study of the archaeological collections made from the surveys.


UUAP 058: A Preliminary Survey of the Fontenelle Reservoir, Wyoming
Price: $17.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Number 7. A summary of the results of archaeological survey activities conducted in the Bridger Basin area, located in southwestern Wyoming. The survey work was done prior to the completion of Fontenelle Reservoir, located on the Green River, which subsequently inundated this area.


UUAP 059: Ecological Studies of the Flora and Fauna of the Curecanti Reservoir, Western Colorado
Price: $22.00

AKA Upper Colorado Series Number 8. The papers in this volume deal with ecological studies of the flora and fauna made as by-products of an expedition conducted by the University of Utah to survey the flora and fauna that are now inundated by the Curecanti reservoirs. These reservoirs are located on the Gunnison River in western Colorado.


UUAP 060: Miscellaneous Collected Papers
Price: $17.00

A collection of papers that represent a portion of the results of archaeological survey, excavation and museum collection analysis undertaken in Utah between 1959 and 1961 by the University of Utah Department of Anthropology and the Utah Statewide Archeological Survey.


UUAP 061: Historical Sites in Glen Canyon: Mouth of Hansen Creek to Mouth of San Juan River
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 17. The second volume devoted to a detailed study of the historical sites in Glen Canyon (see also volume 46) prior to its inundation. This one reports on sites from the San Juan River to the mouth of Hansen Creek, 52 miles upstream.  


UUAP 062: Civilizations in Desert Lands
Price: $17.00

A collection of five papers that cover the technology, irrigation and agriculture of ancient cultures in different parts of the world. The papers are independent of each other and focus on ancient cultures of southern Arizona, the Diyala River Basin of central Iraq, the Indus Valley, and the Teotihuacan Valley of Mexico.  


UUAP 063: 1961 Excavations, Glen Canyon Area
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 18. A third volume devoted to the detailed study of the historical sites in Glen Canyon prior to its inundation. This one reports on Lake and Moqui canyons, left tributaries of the Colorado River at miles 113 and 125, respectively.  


UUAP 064: 1961 Excavations, Harris Wash, Utah
Price: $17.00

 AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 19. Another volume reporting on prehistoric sites in Glen Canyon prior to its inundation. This one details four sites that were excavated and one that was tested in Harris Wash. All are in the lower 5 miles of the wash.  


UUAP 065: Archaeological Survey of the Flaming Gorge Reservoir Area, Wyoming-Utah
Price: $17.00

 A summary of archaeological surveys conducted from 1958 to 1962 in the area of Flaming Gorge Reservoir by the Upper Colorado River Archeological Salvage Project and the University of Utah in cooperation with the National Park Service.  


UUAP 066: 1961 Excavations, Kaiparowits Plateau, Utah
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 20. A report of the findings of the 1961 survey and excavation program conducted by the University of Utah on the Kaiparowits Plateau in southern Utah. Eleven sites were excavated, with small sites completely excavated and larger sites extensively tested.  


UUAP 067: The Washo Indians of California and Nevada
Price: $22.00

A collection of papers about the Washo Indians, discussing ethnohistory, social organization and acculturation. 


UUAP 068: Havasupai Region and Mythology
Price: $17.00

A description of the Havasupai religion and mythology primarily based on the notes of Carma Lee Smithson who lived with the Havasupai for several years. The notes have been edited and expanded by Robert C. Euler. 


UUAP 069: Southern Paiute Ethnography
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 21. A study of the four eastern bands of Southern Pauite: Kaibab, Kaiparowits, San Juan, and Panguitch. The text was written by Isabel Kelly on the basis of field data she gathered in 1932. 


UUAP 070: The San Juan Canyon Historical Sites
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 22. This is the third volume devoted to a detailed study of the historical sites in the Glen Canyon area and environs. It reports on sites in the canyon of the San Juan River from its mouth, 78 miles upstream from Lees Ferry, to the head of the canyon at the mouth of Chinle Creek, a distance of 132 miles. 


UUAP 071: Kaiparowits Plateau and Glen Canyon Prehistory: An Interpretation Based on Ceramics
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 23. This study examines the pottery found on the Kaiparowits Plateau to try to answer questions about the relationships and movements of the Fremont, Virgin, and Anasazi peoples. 


UUAP 072: Historical sites in Cataract and Narrow Canyons, and in Glen Canyon to California Bar
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 24. The fourth and last volume of a detailed study of the historical sites in the Glen Canyon area. This one reports on which historical areas and remains were expected to be covered by the waters of Lake Powell. An addendum includes additional material about sites already described as well as data about sites discovered after the first two reports were published. 


UUAP 073: 1962 Excavations, Glen Canyon Area
Price: $22.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 25. This report focuses on sites tested and/or excavated by the University of Utah in the Colorado River canyon, Slickrock Canyon, Steer Pasture, Castle Wash, and Cedar Mesa. 


UUAP 074: Notes on the Human Ecology of Glen Canyon
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 26. A comprehensive report of the relationships of climate, plants, and animals to the humans who occupied the area of Glen Canyon. Data was collected by the Department of Anthropology and the Biological Sciences Division. 


UUAP 075: Miscellaneous Collected Papers 8-10
Price: $17.00

This report includes three unrelated papers: An Ethnography of the Kuzedika Paiute of Mono Lake, CA; Pictograph Site in Cave Valley, Zion National Park, Utah; and Salvage Excavations at Natural Bridges National Monument. 


UUAP 076: Excavations in Southwest Utah
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 27. This volume reports on sites excavated in southwest Utah, three near St. George, three in Zion National Park, and two in Johnson Canyon, east of Kanab. The appendix also describes additional sites that were surveyed in these areas. 


UUAP 077: Prehistoric occupation Patterns in SW Wyoming and Cultural Relationships with the Great Basin
Price: $22.00

This volume reports geographical, ecological, and geomorphological information deemed pertinent to understanding the prehistoric and historic human occupancy of the Wyoming Basin plateau. 


UUAP 078: Southern Paiute Ethnohistory
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 28. Ethnohistory of the Southern Paiute as interpreted from field work, archaeological sites, and the ecology of their territory. 


Virgin-Kayenta Cultural Relationships (UUAP #79) by C. Melvin Aikens
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 29. This paper reports on the prehistory of the Virgin branch of the Anasazi in the Southwest. It incorporates information from sites excavated in the early 1960s in southwest Utah to reassess earlier studies of Virgin Anasazi culture that were based primarily on pottery. 


UUAP 080: Corn, Cucurbits and Cotton from Glen Canyon
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 30. This report provides a summary of the plant and animal remains found during the Glen Canyon surveys. 


UUAP 081: Glen Canyon: A Summary
Price: $17.00

AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 31. This report summarizes the discoveries of eight field seasons in the Glen Canyon area. It provides a human paleoecological account of the region by trying to synthesize the information gathered by specialists from a variety of scientific fields. 


UUAP 082: Fremont-Promontory-Plains Relationships
Price: $17.00

This report reassesses the ethnic and cultural origins of the Fremont in Utah, drawing its interpretations from data of more recent excavations in central, northern, and northeastern Utah and the southwestern Wyoming Basin. 


UUAP 083: Miscellaneous Collected Papers, 11-14
Price: $17.00

This volume comprises four papers: Miscellaneous Paper No. 11-Excavations at Gunlock Flats, Southwestern Utah by Kent C. Day; No. 12-An Archeological Survey of Canyonlands National Park by Floyd W. Sharrock; No. 13-The Archeology of Boundary Village by Larry L. Leach; and No. 14-Utah Crania of the Historic Period and Basin Shoshonean Physical Type by Erik K. Reed. 


UUAP 083.5: Excavations at Gunlock Flats, Southwestern Utah
Price: $17.00

AKA Miscellaneous Paper Number 11, published in University of Utah Anthropological Paper No. 83. This paper reports on the excavations conducted by the University of Utah at Gunlock Flats in 1965. Gunlock Flats is on the east bank of the Santa Clara River in the southwest corner of Utah. 


UUAP 084: Caldwell Village
Price: $17.00

This volume reports on the excavations undertaken at the prehistoric Fremont site of Caldwell Village located near the small town of Lapoint in Uintah County, northeastern Utah. 


UUAP 085: Dentition of Meroitic, X-Group, and Christian Populations from Wadi Halfa, Sudan
Price: $17.00

AKA Nubian Series Number 1. This study was done in conjunction with the University of Colorado to determine if there was a biological continuity between three populations found in the Wadi Halfa area of Nubia in the Sudan. 


UUAP 086: Ceramic Studies of the Historic Periods in Ancient Nubia
Price: $17.00

AKA Nubian Series Number 2. A report on the ceramics found at two sites in Nubia. The ceramics are connected to the three groups of people who lived in the area: the Meriotic, X-Group, and Christians. 


UUAP 087: Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No. 2 Site
Price: $17.00

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. 


UUAP 088: Excavations at Nephi, Utah, 1965-1966
Price: $17.00

This paper reports on two seasons of excavation (1965-1966) conducted by the University of Utah at the Nephi Mound site near the center of the Fremont culture area in Utah. 


UUAP 089: Miscellaneous Collected Papers, 15-18
Price: $17.00

This volume comprises four papers: Miscellaneous Paper No. 151966 Excavations: Uinta Basin by Wayne F. Shields; No. 16Preliminary Survey of the Manti-La Sal National Forest by John P. Marwitt; No. 17Lithic Materials from Escalante Valley, Utah, by Gordon N. Keller and John D. Hunt; and No. 18An Unusual Human Skull from near Lovelock, Nevada, by Erik K. Reed. 


University of Colorado Investigations of Paleolithic and Epipaleolithic Sites in the Sudan, Africa (UUAP #90) by Henry T. Irw
Price: $17.00

AKA Nubian Series Number 3. This volume describes the sites excavated by the University of Colorado in northern Sudan that fall into the prehistoric Buhen, Halfa, Dabarosa, and Wadi complexes. 


UUAP 091: Pharo Village
Price: $17.00

This paper describes the structures, human remains, pottery, and other artifacts found during archaeological excavations at Pharo Village located near the south end of Upper Round Valley in Millard County, Utah. 


UUAP 092: Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in the Libyan Desert
Price: $17.00

Also known as "Nubian Series Number 4." This report discusses the findings of research in the Dungul region, the Kurkur and other oases, and ends with an examination of the relationship of prehistoric man to the desert environment. 


UUAP 093: Hogup Cave
Price: $22.00

This paper reports on the 1967 and 1968 archaeological excavations conducted at Hogup Cave, located approximately 75 miles northwest of Salt Lake City, Utah. Various analyses on plant and animal remains, coprolites, birds, corn, dog remains, obsidian, and additional artifacts are also presented as appendices. 


UUAP 094: Newe Natekwinappeh: Shoshoni Stories and Dictionary
Price: $17.00

This paper explains the Shoshoni alphabet and language and then recounts various stories of the Shoshoni based on their knowledge, traditions, and history.   


UUAP 095: Median Village and Fremont Culture Regional Variation
Price: $22.00

This paper reports on the 1968 excavations at Median Village, a Fremont settlement in Iron County, Utah. It also includes a comparative and distributional study of Fremont culture based on the archaeological variations found within Fremont culture in space and time. 


UUAP 096: Swallow Shelter and Associated Sites
Price: $17.00

This report records data from archeological surveys and excavations conducted in the Grouse CreekGoose Creek area of extreme northwestern Utah and northeastern Nevada during 1969 to 1973. Excavated sites include Swallow Shelter, Thomas Shelter, Kimber Shelter, Tube Cave, Remnant Cave, Beatty Springs, and No Name Valley. 


UUAP 097: Analysis of Prehistoric Coprolites from Utah
Price: $17.00

This paper reports on the analyses of coprolites found at Hogup and Danger Cave and at sites in Glen Canyon. It lists the plant and animal content as well as the parasites and chemical makeup that provide important information about prehistoric diet, resource utilization, ecological adaptation, disease and parasites, seasonality of site occupation, paleoclimate, and behavior. 


UUAP 098: Prehistory of Utah and the Eastern Great Basin
Price: $22.00

This paper, written in 1973 by Jesse D. Jennings, summarizes the knowledge gained from about 75 years of archaeology in Utah. It covers the various prehistoric groups that have called the Utah area home for the last 10,000 years.  


UUAP 099: Miscellaneous Collected Papers, 19-24
Price: $17.00

This volume comprises 6 miscellaneous papers: No. 19Indian Petroglyphs from White Pine County, Nevada by C. Melvin Aikens; No. 20The Palmer Collection from Southwestern Utah, 1875 by Don D. Fowler and John F. Matley; No. 21The Woodruff Bison Kill by Wayne F. Shields; No. 22The Bear River No. 3 Site by Wayne F. Shields and Gardiner F. Dalley; No. 23Prehistoric Diet at Danger Cave, Utah, as Determined by the Analysis of Coprolites by Gary F. Fry; and No. 24Tree-ring Dating in Archeology by Jeffrey S. Dean. 


UUAP 100: The Levee Site and the Knoll Site
Price: $17.00

This report describes the 1969 archaeological excavations along the lower Bear River at the Levee site and the Knoll site. It also provides a record of previous investigations in the area and interpretive considerations on cultural affiliation and cultural history and dating. 


UUAP 101: Cochimi and Proto-Yuman: Lexical and Syntactic Evidence for a New Language Family in Lower California
Price: $17.00

This report is the first in-depth study of Cochimí, an extinct language previously spoken in Baja California, Mexico, and recorded by the Spanish missionaries. It also demonstrates a close relationship between the Cochimí and Yuman. 


UUAP 102: A Selected Bibliography of Utah Archaeology
Price: $17.00

This paper is a compilation of 1021 sources (books, journal articles, dissertations, government reports, etc.) that have made a substantive contribution to the archeological data for the state of Utah. It was completed in 1978. 


UUAP 103: Sudden Shelter
Price: $22.00

Sudden Shelter was a prehistoric site located in Sevier County, central Utah. The University of Utah conducted a salvage investigation of this site, as it was in the right-of-way during the construction of I-70. This descriptive report summarizes the excavation and findings. 


UUAP 104: Cowboy Cave
Price: $22.00

This descriptive report on the 1975 archaeological excavations at Cowboy Cave, an Archaic site located in Wayne County, Utah, provides relevant comparative and interpretive comments by a number of authors. 


UUAP 105: Bull Creek
Price: $17.00

This paper reports on a survey of over 100 sites located in the Bull Creek study area, which runs from the foothills of the Henry Mountains to just north of White Point in southern Utah. It also reports on the excavations and analyses undertaken as part of this project at the Gnat Haven, Ninas Hill, North Point, Alice Hunt, Charles B. Hunt, Playa, Hillside Cache, and Basket Hut archaeological sites. 


UUAP 106: Final Year Excavations at the Evans Mound Site
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This report builds on earlier publications of excavations and data collection at the Evans Mound, a Fremont site located in the southwestern end of the Parowan Valley in Iron County, Utah. It also summarizes the fourth and last season of excavation by the University of Utah at the Evans Mound site. 


UUAP 107: Kiliwa Texts: "When I have donned my crest of stars"
Price: $22.00

This report covers the language of the Kiliwa of Baja California, Mexico and records a number of Kiliwa texts, including myths and legends, ethnographic, ethnohistorical narratives, personal narratives and miscellaneous texts. 


UUAP 108: Peyotism in the West
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This paper reports on the peyote cult as practiced among the Ute. It discusses some newly discovered historical information relating to the introduction of peyotism in the United States and compares the peyote cult among the Utes to that of other tribes in the United States and Mexico. 


UUAP 109: Kiliwa Dictionary
Price: $22.00

This volume is a dictionary of the Kiliwa language and is a companion to the Kiliwa Texts published earlier (see AP No. 107). 


UUAP 110: Anthropology of the Desert West: Essays in Honor of Jesse D. Jennings
Price: $22.00

This volume is a collection of essays about the Great Basin, collected in honor of Jesse D. Jennings, the father of Utah archaeology and the former editor of the University Of Utah Anthropological Papers. 


UUAP 111: Pottery of the Great Basin and Adjacent Areas
Price: $17.00

This volume is compilation of individual papers from the Great Basin/California Pottery Workshop of April 1983. The papers include data reports, literature reviews, statements of theoretical positions, and analytical methodology. All address ceramics, primarily of undecorated wares, from the Great Basin and nearby areas. 


UUAP 112: Prehistory and Paleoecology of Gualalupe Ruin, New Mexico
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This paper reports on archaeological excavations at Guadalupe Ruin, located in the middle Rio Puerco Valley in Sandoval County, New Mexico. It provides archaeological, environmental, and paleoecological data. 


UUAP 113: Climate and the Dolores River Anasazi: A Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction from a 10,000-year Pollen Record, La Pla
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This study was undertaken to obtain a detailed and continuous record of climate change in the Four Corners area over the last ten thousand years. Climate change is also discussed in reference to the Dolores River Anasazi over the last two thousand years. Pollen and tree-ring data are presented and discussed.


Willard Z. Park's Notes on the Northern Paiute of Western Nevada, 1933-1940 (UUAP #114) by Park, Willard Z.
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This paper is the first of two volumes presenting the ethnographic field notes of Willard Z. Parks, who studied the Northern Paiute from 1933 to 1940. 


UUAP 115: The Archaeology of James Creek Shelter
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This paper reports the geological, biological, and archaeological data from the 1984 excavation of James Creek Shelter in Eureka County, Nevada. Documented occupation of the shelter lasted from about 1200 B.C. to A.D. 1800. 


UUAP 116: The Ute of Utah Lake
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This paper incorporates environmental, ethnographic, and ethnohistorical data to develop a clearer picture of the patterns of Western Ute life in Utah Valley immediately prior to European contact and to put those patterns in the context of other indigenous peoples of the Great Basin. 


UUAP 117: The Main Ridge Community at Lost City: Virgin Anasazi Architecture, Ceramics, and Burials
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This paper reports data from Main Ridge, a site along the Muddy River of Nevada once occupied by the Anasazi. The study examines the size and organization of the site, perceived social differentiation among the burials, and how the occupants were involved with production and exchange. 


UUAP 118: Turquoise Ridge and Late Prehistoric Residential Mobility in the Desert Mogollon Region
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Based on findings from excavation projects that began in 1977 and ended in 1986 on lands at Fort Bliss, Texas, this study focuses on two particular sites: Turquoise Ridge and the Huesito site. One major topic of discussion is the role of residential mobility in late prehistoric adaptations. Residential mobility had always been assumed for the region’s earliest populations, but the idea that it figured in later adaptive strategies was of more recent origin. 


UUAP 119: Glen Canyon Revisited
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The two objectives of this book are to examine specific issues about the history and lifeways of the prehistoric inhabitants in and around Glen Canyon and to present an updated version of regional culture history thirty years after the end of the massive archaeological study conducted prior to the creation of Lake Powell (the Glen Canyon Project). 


UUAP 121: Newberry Crater
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The research in this volume derives from investigations conducted in connection with proposed widening and realignment of the Paulina-East Lake Highway, located within the caldera of Newberry Volcano. Formal evaluation of 13 localities and data recovers at four sites produced a wealth of information regarding human uses of the caldera and vicinity throughout the Holocene. 


UUAP 122: Intermountain Archaeology
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The papers in this volume reflect a broad topical range: how transportation issues associated with the movement of people and good into and out of upland areas affects the way hunter-gatherers behave, issues of social identity and group boundaries, basic issues of time-space systematic in the central Rocky Mountains, and the basic topic of food choice and the kinds of resources used by prehistoric peoples in the Intermountain West.