UTAH ARCHAEOLOGY (ISSN 1040-6549) is a peer-reviewed annual journal published by the Utah Statewide Archaeological Society (USAS), Utah Professional Archaeological Council (UPAC), Mountain West Center for Regional Studies, Utah State University, and State History.
The journal is available with membership in USAS ($20) or UPAC ($25).
Back issues are available online.
Volume 23 (2010) of Utah Archaeology contains the following articles and reviews:
Detecting the Ghost Road of the Uintas: The Carter Military Road, By Byron Loosle
‘Entertainment By John D. Lee’: Excavations and History at Fort Harmony, Utah, By David T. Yoder, B. Jacob Skousen, and Deborah C. Harris
Pursuing Their American Dreams: The Residents of Benmore and Tintic Junction, Utah, By Jennifer A. Beard
Cactus Processing in the St. George Basin, Washington County, Utah, By Suzanne Eskenazi and Heidi Roberts
Toolstone Quarry Exploitation Decisions in the Northeastern Great Basin, By Dale R. Earl
A Pioneer Settlement Period Home in Nephi, Utah: An Avocational Archaeological
Investigation, By Ren R. Thomas
Traces of the Fremont: Society and Rock Art in Ancient Utah, Reviewed by Richard K. Talbot