Bull Creek (Anthropological papers University of Utah) by Jesse David Jennings

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Thus each date (except UGa1739, taken from a bark ring) may be presumed to be somewhere between 25 to 75 years too early, since what is calculated is not the cutting date, but a mean age for the timbers. D. D. 1240. D. D. 1072) contradict this finding and are more appropriate. Playa Site, at the extreme north end, is probably the oldest of the excavated sites. D. 1005). The corrected dates shown in Table 1 are cited in the text that follows. D. 785 ascription seems early for North Point's Structure 1.

A radiocarbon date was also obtained from this site. The implications of both radiocarbon samples have been discussed (see Chronology above). Other Sites Tested Sites 42Wn959 and 970 occurred a few meters north of the point where Bull Creek was diverted a few years ago into Dry Valley Wash. They were essentially circular, crater-like patterns of stones 3 to 4 m in diameter on low elevations. The stones were absent from the center of the circular arrangement. These were sampled by driving a trench from outside the distribution of stones through the center to the other edge of the circle.

Ninas Hill as excavation terminated 32 17. Map of North Point 34 18. View of North Point 36 19. North Point after excavation 37 20. North Point, Structure 3 40 21. North Point, Structure 3 41 22. Maps of Alice Hunt, Charles B. Hunt, and Basket Hut sites 46 23. Alice Hunt site after excavation 47 24. Charles B. Hunt Site before excavation 49 25. Charles B. Hunt Site partially excavated 50 26. Another view of Charles B. Hunt Site 51 27. Map of Playa Site 53 28. Playa Site before excavation 54 29.

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