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  • Archaeology and Politics of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah 

    Lipe, William D. (11/29/2018)
    This talk was presented at Utah State University in Logan, Utah, on late November, 29, 2018.
  • Grand Gulch: First Encounters and Lasting Impressions 

    Burrillo, R.E. (Blue Mountain Shadows: The Magazine of San Juan History, 2017-11)
    R.E. Burrillo hails from New York and, as an archaeologist, has an intense interest in the cultures of the Southwest. One of those cultures that he is particularly drawn to is that of the Ancestral Puebloans or Anasazi. ...
  • How Many Turkeys Did It Take to Make a Blanket? 

    Lipe, William D.; Tushingham, Shannon; Blinman, Eric; LaRue, Chuck; Webster, Laurie (4/27/2019)
    This talk was presented at the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument Visitor Center in Dolores, Colorado.
  • Modeling Archaeological Sites and Forest History on Cedar Mesa, SE Utah 

    Matson, R. G.; Lipe, William D. (9/12/2017)
    Producing a model that successfully predicts archaeological site densities over a large area of more than 1,000,00 acres which had diverse prehistoric adaptations and diverse environments is an extremely difficult task. ...
  • The Archaeology of Bears Ears 

    Burrillo, R.E. (SAA Archaeological Record, 2017-11)
    This report recounts the history of archaeology in the Bears Ears region of Utah (USA), including the Cedar Mesa Project.