Secrets of the Lost Canyon
This fabulous television production by KUED (the public broadcasting channel of the University of Utah) from November 2005 delves into the Fremont culture and its presence at Range Creek Canyon. You'll find transcripts of interviews with major players, including Fremont specialists, archaeologists working in the canyon, American Indian representatives, a hunting group spokesman, and Waldo Wilcox himself. Other links lead you to BLM and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources information on the area and additional background information. The video is hosted by the Archaeology Channel
The Secret Canyon
Alan Alda's Scientific American Frontiers aired this program on Range Creek in March 2005 and has included the transcript, links to additional resources, and a "watch online" button on PBS's website.
This brief history of the Fremont is based on scholar and former Utah state archaeologist David Madsen's book Exploring the Fremont and other solid sources. Additional links and resources are especially helpful.
Ira Block Photography
Learn more about National Geographic photographer Ira Block and browse through his online photo library.
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Foy, Paul. "Secrecy of Ancient Site Upsets Some Indians." Deseret Morning News, July 4, 2004.
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Madsen, David B. Exploring the Fremont. Utah Museum of Natural History, 1989.
Morss, Noel. "The Ancient Culture of the Fremont River in Utah: Report on the Explorations Under the Claflin-Emerson Fund, 1928-29." Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1931.
Spangler, Jerry D., and Donna K. Spangler. Horned Snakes and Axle Grease: A Roadside Guide to the Archaeology, History, and Rock Art of Nine Mile Canyon. Uinta Publishing, 2003.
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