Publications

Photo showing boulder in burned over area.Working archaeologists learn new details about our human past daily through surveys, site recording scientific excavations, and laboratory analyses. This knowledge is useful only when it is published and accessible. Every year Heritage personnel present new information in the form of programs and publications. The articles below are just a sample.

  • South Unit Cultural History Overview, including extensive ethnohistorical and historical summaries
  • Fremont Nationalism: Cult of the Hunter [PDF, 10 pages, 229KB]
    Fremont Nationalism: Cult of the Hunter
    7th Biennial Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Park City, Utah
    September 15-17, 2005
    Byron Loosle, Ashley National Forest

  • When the BAER Hits in the Wood [PDF, 13 pages, 242KB]
    WHEN THE BAER HITS IN THE WOODS
    Sixth Biennial Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Estes Park, Colorado, September 18-20, 2003
    Clay Johnson, Ashley National Forest

  • Archaeological Sites and Fire-Induced Changes [PDF, 16 pages, 732KB]
    ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES AND FIRE-INDUCED CHANGES
    Sixth Biennial Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Estes Park, Colorado, September 18-20, 2003
    Clay Johnson, Ashley National Forest

  • Numic Transitions [PDF, 9 pages, 137KB]
    Fremont Numic Transitions
    Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference,Estes Park, Colorado, September 2003
    Byron Loosle (Ashley National Forest) and Michelle Knoll (Brigham Young University)

  • View of landscape. Upland Horticulturalists [PDF, 14 pages, 556KB]
    Upland Use by Horticulturalists
    Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Estes Park Colorado, 2003
    Byron Loosle and Clay Johnson, Ashley National Forest

  • Myths and Legends of the Uintas [PDF, 10 pages, 61KB]
    MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE UINTA’S
    Cristina Bailey, Tami Merkley and Byron Loosle, September 2003

  • Prehistoric Land Use [PDF, 6 pages, 40KB]
    Prehistoric Use Trends in the Uinta Mountains of Northeastern Utah
    Presented at the Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Sept. 2001 – Waterton, Alberta Canada
    Byron Loosle and Clay Johnson, Ashley National Forest

  • Cultural Resource Management on Public Lands [PDF, 11 pages, 67KB]
    Cultural Resource Management on Public Lands: A Public Emphasis for a Changing Industry
    D. Andrew Stertz, Ashley National Forest





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