Skip to comments.Utah dig unearths large Fremont Indian structure
Posted on 07/25/2012 1:04:12 PM PDT by ApplegateRanch
Source is AP story, so only able to post a short excerpt; much more at the link.
Jim Allison, anthropology professor at Brigham Young University, said the 850-square-foot structure is unique because it served as a communal area that brought the entire village together.
Its several times larger than typical Fremont structures, which average between 80 and 90 square feet.
(Excerpt) Read more at indiancountrynews.net ...
How do they know it’s not just the estate of the local rich man?
Because he couldn't do it on his own. Someone else had to have helped him...
Of course, everyone knows that Fremont was more than a little political so we'll skip that.
Anyways, there is likely diary after diary of his adventure and map after map and someone finally nailed it.
This was obviously a communal endeavor. Fits right in with today’s government planning. John C was political, but not a progressive sense. I’d say this was named after some other Fremont, “Freeloader” Fremont, perhaps. He was known for his pilfering from others...
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Hmm, it looks like the tents they use at the farmers market.
Provo, Spain ?
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