42Em3117- Fremont cliff granaries
Tree-Ring Samples RD 5-6
The remains of seven masonry and adobe granaries located on two ledges approximately 400 feet above Range Creek, with associated maize, artifacts and rock art. Five of the granaries are complete and four still have lids. The site is above a small cliff and located above a long, steep talus slope on the same level as a large complex artifact scatter with concentrations of ground stone, lithic artifacts and ceramics, a circular masonry structure in an alcove where a wooden shovel was found, another large masonry and adobe granary, several semi-subterranean storage cists, and several pithouses.