Sunday, August 24, 2014

Large Fremont Structure Uncovered in Utah

The Fremont people (called more generally Fremont or Fremont culture) refers to a farming culture that lived in the high sagebrush and pinyon region of the eastern Great Basin and the western Colorado Plateau of the southwestern United States, including portions of Utah, Nevada, and Colorado. The artifacts and cultural lifestyle of the Fremont existed from ~1400 and 600 cal BP (~AD 600-1400); archaeological investigations suggest that climate change put an end to the culture.

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