Virtual Lecture | Understanding Ancient Life at Utah Lake: The Cultural History of the Smith Family Archaeological Preserve

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    About the Lecture:

    The Smith Family Archaeological Preserve contains thousands of intricate petroglyphs that were created by many generations of Indigenous people. Though the Preserve itself occupies only a couple hundred acres, the material culture found here is part of a web that connects the Preserve across space and time. Join Public Archaeologist Elizabeth Hora as she interprets the clues that describe what life was like for the people on the west side of Utah Lake.

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    This lecture series is sponsored by The Archaeological Conservancy and is free our Members and the General Public.  Recorded lectures will also be available on YouTube or on this page after the event.

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