Examines a number of sites revealing how people from a particular period utilized different uplands resources, elevation, and settings as they made the transition to a more sedentary life-way. These Uinta Mountains sites represent hitherto little know portions of regional settlement and subsistence patterns, and complement the more extensive published research on lowland occupations
U.S. Forest Service; Johnson, Clay; and Loosle, Byron, "Prehistoric Uinta Mountain Occupations" (2002). All U.S. Government Documents (Utah Regional Depository). Paper 399.