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Steven G. Baker, “Fremont Archaeology on the Douglas Creek Arch, Rio Blanco County, Colorado: The Sky Aerie Charnel Site (5RB104),” unpublished manuscript, Chandler Douglas Arch Report Series No. 85 (Montrose, CO: Centuries Research, Inc., 1999).

Robert F. Burgh and Charles R. Scoggin, The Archaeology of Castle Park, Dinosaur National Monument, University of Colorado Studies, Series in Anthropology No. 1 (Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 1948).

Steven D. Creasman and Linda J. Scott, “Texas Creek Overlook: Evidence for Late Fremont (Post A.D. 1200) Occupation in Northwest Colorado,” Southwestern Lore 53 (December 1987).

Joel C. Janetski, “Trade in Fremont Society: Contexts and Contrasts,” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 21 (2002).

David B. Madsen, Exploring the Fremont (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1989).

David B. Madsen and Steven R. Simms, “The Fremont Complex: A Behavioral Perspective,” Journal of World Prehistory 12 (September 1998).

Alan D. Reed and Michael D. Metcalf, Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Northern Colorado River Basin (Denver: Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, 1999).

Steven R. Simms, Ancient Peoples of the Great Basin and the Colorado Plateau (Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2008).

Jerry D. Spangler, Paradigms and Perspectives Revisited: An Updated Class I Overview of Cultural Resources in the Uinta Basin and Tavaputs Plateau (Salt Lake City, UT: Uinta Research, 2002).

Additional Information: 

James M. Adovasio, David R. Pedler, and Jeffrey S. Illingworth, “Fremont Basketry,” in The Great Basin: People and Places in Ancient Times, eds. Catherine S. Fowler and Don D. Fowler (Santa Fe, NM: School for Advanced Research, 2008).

David A. Breternitz, assembler, Archaeological Excavations in Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado-Utah, 1964–1965, University of Colorado Studies, Series in Anthropology No. 17 (Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 1970).

History & Culture,” Dinosaur National Monument, National Park Service, updated December 11, 2015.

Joel C. Janetski, “The Enigmatic Fremont,” in The Great Basin: People and Places in Ancient Times, eds. Catherine S. Fowler and Don D. Fowler (Santa Fe, NM: School for Advanced Research, 2008).

David B. Madsen, “The Fremont,” Utah History To Go, n.d..

Steven R. Simms, Traces of Fremont: Society and Rock Art in Ancient Utah (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2010).

Richard K. Talbot and Lane D. Richens, Fremont Farming and Mobility on the Far Northern Colorado Plateau, Museum of Peoples and Culture, Occasional Paper No. 10 (Provo, UT: Brigham Young University, 2004).

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