Ephemeral bounty : wickiups, trade goods, and the final years of the autonomous Ute /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Martin, Curtis (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Salt Lake City : The University of Utah Press, [2016]
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The Colorado Wickiup Project: investigation of the rarest and most fragile of Native American sites
  • A safer world in woods embraced: Ute origins and culture history
  • Ephemeral bounty: the golden years of the protohistoric era
  • Gimme shelter: aboriginal wooden features
  • Field methodology for expedient wooden feature sites
  • Dating aboriginal wooden features
  • The Decker Big Tank Wickiup Village
  • The Pisgah Wickiup Village
  • The Ute Hunters' Camp
  • Disappointment Draw Lodge
  • Musick Lodge
  • The Tea House Wickiup
  • Future directions and proposed research
  • Epilogue
  • Appendix A. Tree-ring dating results from the Colorado Wickiup Project
  • Appendix B. The aboriginal wooden feature component form: samples of blank and filled-out forms
  • Appendix C. Quantifiable aspects of the Colorado Wickiup Project's wooden features
  • Appendix D. Consultation with Ute tribal members at the Tea House Wickiup.