to Range Creek
In 1999, Ellen Sue Turner traveled to Range Creek and documented
what she saw there in photographs. She includes many pictures of
artifacts on this site.
Indian State Park and Museum
This state park allows visitors to explore petroglyphs in their
natural environment. The museum holds numerous Fremont artifacts
found in the excavation of pithouses and granaries in this area
of southwestern Utah.
Learn a bit more about the indigenous people of Utah at this site
based on an exhibit at the Utah Museum of Natural History.
Read an article that provides information on who the prehistoric
Fremont people were. This Northern Arizona University site also
provides an extensive bibliography.
Indian History and Culture
Information on where and how the Fremont people lived in Utah. Includes
photos of artifacts, petroglyphs, and a reconstructed pithouse.
Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
NAGPRA is a federal law that mandates the return of certain Native
American cultural items to modern descendents or culturally affiliated
tribes. Learn more about how NAGPRA works here.
This site from Minnesota State University provides an overview of
different groups of indigenous people who lived across North America.
There is also an interesting timeline of archaeology and information
about rock art.