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Cathy J. Crane, A Comparison of Archaeological Sites on the Uncompahgre Plateau and Adjacent Areas (Master’s thesis, Eastern New Mexico University, 1977).

Cathy J. Crane, “Cultural Adaptation along the Tributaries of the San Miguel River, West Central Colorado,” Southwestern Lore 44 (December 1978).

Rand A. Greubel, Bradford W. Andrews, and Alan D. Reed, The Weimer Ranch Sites Revisited: Analysis of Materials from a Prehistoric Farming Community in West Central Colorado, prepared by Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Montrose, Colorado, for Uncompahgre/Com. Inc., Delta, Colorado (Montrose, Colorado: Bureau of Land Management, 2006).

Rand A. Greubel, Alan D. Reed, and Bradford W. Andrews, “Gaining Ground on the Gateway Tradition: Analysis of Materials from Weimer Ranch, a Prehistoric Farming Settlement in West-Central Colorado,” Colorado Archaeology 75 (Spring/Summer 2009).

David B. Madsen, Exploring the Fremont, University of Utah Occasional Publication No. 8 (Salt Lake City: Utah Museum of Natural History, 1989).

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

Kae McDonald, Archaeological Excavations at the Fallen Deer Site (5SM2578), prepared by Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado, for Western Land Group, Inc., Denver, Colorado (Delta, Colorado: Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forests Supervisor’s Office, 1998).

Alan D. Reed, “The Gateway Tradition: A Formative Stage Culture Unit for East-Central Utah and West-Central Colorado,” Southwestern Lore 63 (Summer 1997).

Alan D. Reed, and Steven D. Emslie, Archaeological Assessment of Twelve Gateway-Tradition Sites in Western Montrose and San Miguel Counties, Colorado, prepared by Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Montrose, Colorado and University of North Carolina, Wilmington (Montrose: Colorado Archaeological Society, Chipeta Chapter, 2008).

Lori Stephens Reed, “Ceramic Artifacts,” appendix A in The Weimer Ranch Sites Revisited: Analysis of Materials from a Prehistoric Farming Community in West Central Colorado, prepared by Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Montrose, Colorado (Montrose, Colorado: Bureau of Land Management, 2006).

Albert H. Schroeder, “The Cultural Position of Hurst’s Tabeguache Caves and Pueblo Sites,” Southwestern Lore 29 (March 1964).

Steven R. Simms, “New Evidence for Fremont Adaptive Diversity,” Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 8, no. 2 (1986).

Additional Information: 

C. T. Hurst, “The Cottonwood Expedition, 1947—A Cave and a Pueblo Site,” Southwestern Lore 14 (June 1948).

C. T. Hurst, “The 1945 Tabeguache Expedition,” Southwestern Lore 12 (June 1946).

Betty H. Huscher and Harold A. Huscher, "The Hogan Builders of Colorado," Southwestern Lore 9 (September 1943).

Alan D. Reed, “Settlement and Subsistence during the Formative Era in West-Central Colorado,” Colorado Archaeology 71 (Winter 2005).

Henry W. Toll III, Dolores River Archaeology: Canyon Adaptations as Seen through Survey, Cultural Resource Series no. 4 (Denver: Bureau of Land Management, 1977).

George Woodbury and Edna Woodbury, “The Archaeological Survey of Paradox Valley and Adjacent Country in Western Montrose County, Colorado, 1931,” Colorado Magazine 9 (January 1932).

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