The Brush creek region is on the southeastern tip of the Uintah mountains, east of Green River, in northeastern Utah. Here, and in the Greendale district over the mountains to the northwestward, a house building people built their houses in the ages long ago. However, they were not the first people in the region; for they had been preceded by the Basket Makers who left their crudely made, square-shouldered pictographs of human beings on the cliff walls, and by an earth-lodge Puebloan people who left at least six earth-lodge villages to attest their having been in the region.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Reagan, Albert B.
"The Ancient House People of the Brush Creek Region, in Northeastern Utah,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 38(1), 183-184.
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