Abstract

Throughout the 20th century, a significant amount of work was conducted at archaeological sites in Utah Valley dating to the Archaic, Fremont, and Late Prehistoric periods. Despite the amount of work conducted, very little has actually been reported in the past. As a result, very little has previously been known about either the prehistoric archaeology of the Provo River Delta area or the historic archaeological work that has taken place. This thesis presents a synthesis of historical work, a reanalysis of artifacts from previous excavations, and a review of extant documentation (including field notes, maps, and student reports) of several sites in the Provo River Delta, including the Hinckley Mounds, Seamons Mound, and the Bee Sites.

Degree

MA

College and Department

Family, Home, and Social Sciences; Anthropology

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Date Submitted

2014-03-17

Document Type

Thesis

Handle

http://hdl.lib.byu.edu/1877/etd6827

Keywords

Archaeology of Provo, BYU archaeology, Fremont, James Bee, Utah Valley

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