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Paperback, 286 pages. Published August 10th 1999 by University of Utah Press. Hogup Cave: Anthropological Papers Number 93 (University of Utah Anthropological Paper). 0874806135 (ISBN13: 9780874806137).

Aikens, C. Melvin (1970). Hogup Cave, University of Utah Anthropological Papers, No. 93. Reprinted in 1999.

Aikens pointed out that his study defined only a part of the total cultural system  . Aikens, C. The University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City, 286 pp. Appendix I in Hogup Cave.

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In Hogup, Cave, by Melvin Aikens, . .Paper presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Diego.University of Utah, Anthropological Papers, No. Adovasio, J. M. 1970b Correlation between lithic changes and textile changes in the eastern Great Basin. and Gary, F. Fry 1972 An equilibrium model for culture change in the Great Basin.

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REVISITING HOGUP CAVE, UTAH: INSIGHTS from NEW RADIOCARBON DATES and STRATIGRAPHIC ANALYSIS. This paper contributes to the emerging picture of late Pleistocene and Holocene environmental change in the Bonneville basin, western North America, through analysis of pollen and sediments from the Blue Lake marsh system, a major wetland area located on the western margin of the Great Salt Lake desert.

Emergence of complex society in prehistoric Korea has long been understood as a socioeconomic corollary of its Bronze Age agriculture (1300–300 . Archaeological data accumulated in recent years, however, point to the contrary. By around 3500 . View. Origins of the Japanese people. Melvin (1967). Excavations at Snake Rock Village and the Bear River No. 2 Site. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Anthropological Papers, no. 9. oogle Scholar. 8. Currey, Donald . and Steven R. James (1982). Paleoenvironments of the Northeastern Great Basin and Biological Evidence In Man and Environment in the Great Basin, ed.

Long out of print, DANGER CAVE and HOGUP CAVE were milestones in Great Basin archaeological studies. Available again, these volumes explore Danger and Hogup caves, sites that though they are located about sixty miles apart in the Great Salt Lake Desert, are nevertheless archaeologically related. Containing fill dating from approximately 6,400 BC through historic times, the data from both caves present insights into the lifeways of successive peoples who, over thousands of years, adapted to changes in the desert environment. The result of well-controlled excavation methods done under difficult and demanding circumstances, both of these books include thorough scientific analysis of cultural materials and environmental data making them both essential studies of the Deseret West in New World prehistory.