Anasazi in Utah


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We did some surface hunting around comb ridge. The area now is used for grazing cattle, but at one time there were hundreds of people in this area.

The side notched point and the corrugated pottery are from the Pueblo II period, A. D. 900-1150. The black and white pottery is also typical of the is era. The large white side-notched point is about 2 1/2" long.

Also in this area is Butler Wash Ruins. There is a sign on the highway to direct one to this site and it is just a short hike to the ruins. You can't get very close, but what a view.

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