Bibliography

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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS-PRESENTATIONS

Parowan Gap

  • Parowan Gap-Nature’s Perfect Observatory by V. Garth Norman, Illustrations by Lance Harding; 2007 Cedar Fort Publication, Springville, Utah (available on Amazon.com).
  • Parowan Gap Archaeological Project Research Report. by V. Garth Norman, Cultural Resource. Evaluation of Proposed Phase 2 Construction Field

    Report ARCON Research Report 2002-1.

  • Exploring Native American Traditions at the Parowan Gap. by V. Garth Norman, Ethnographic Research & Native American

    Cultural Perspectives-Parowan Gap Archaeological Project ARCON Report 2002-1.

  • Parowan Gap Cave

    Shelter 42In 37 Test Excavation (at Gap Narrows). V. Garth Norman & James R. Allison, Principal Investigators. Authors: Clint J. Helton, James R. Allison, Judi Cameron, Cindy A. Eccles, V.Garth Norman. ARCON Research Report 2002-3.

  • Petroglyph Calendar & Observatory Map, Decipherment Chart & Text-Parowan Gap Panel A7. ARCON – V. Garth Norman, Research Report 2002-4
  • Parowan Gap Wilderness Ceremonial Center. ARCON – V. Garth Norman, Archaeological Project 3×4 foot Project Research Poster for Museums
  • Parowan Gap Rock Art Catalogue. Research Report 2002-2, by V. Garth Norman & Lance Harding.
  • Parowan Gap Archaeological Project Interpretive Report. ARCON – V. Garth Norman, Research Report 2002-4.

Southwest

  • Test Excavation of Four Open Camp Sites in Cedar Valley for Lake Mountain Ranch Corporation. ARCON by V. Garth Norman, approved and completed for SHPO, 1992.
  • Rock Shelter and Three Camp Sites in the Doublas Creek, Colorado Locality. by V. Garth Norman for Conoco Oil, Archaeological-Environmental Research Corporation, 1988.
  • Cultural Resources Survey of a Portion of the Steinaker Reservoir Area, Vernal Unit, Central Utah Project. V. Garth Norman–Principal Investigator and Field Director. MESA Corp. 1983.
  • Cultural Resources Survey of a Portion of the Starvation Collection System, Bonneville Unit, Central Utah Project. V. Garth Norman-Principal Investigator and Field Director. MESA Corp. 1983.
  • Cultural Resources Class

    River Area Canal Rehabilitation Program. by V. Garth Norman, David Merrill and Dan. D. Southworth, CRM Paper No. 5 of Minority Enterprise Service Associates Corporation, Orem, Utah, 1981.

  • Cultural Resources Survey of Portions of the UPALCO Unit, Utah. by V. Garth Norman, David Merrill and Don D. Southworth, CRM Paper No. 6 of Minority Enterprise Service Associates Corporation, Orem, Utah, 1981
  • Solstice and Equinox Petroglyph Calendrical Markers of Northeastern Utah. by V. Garth Norman, Great Basin Conference,

    Salt Lake City, Utah, 1980.

  • The Southern Coal Project of Utah. 3 Volumes. by F.R. Hauck, L.M. Harmon, V.G. Norman, W.A. Lucius, A.J. McDonald, L.G Drollinger and H. Roberts. Archaeological-Environmental Research Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah 1978.
  • Archaeological Reconnaissance in the South-Central Utah Area. Paper No.8, by F.R. Hauck, V.G. Norman, W.A. Lucius and S.D. Hayes. Archaeological-Environmental Research Corporation, Salt Lake City, 1978.
  • Archaeological Reconnaissance in the East-Central Utah Area. Paper No.9, by F.R. Hauck, V.G. Norman, L.M.

    Harmon and S.D. Hayes, Archaeological-Environmental Research Corporation, Salt Lake City, 1978.

  • Cultural Resource Evaluation in South-Central Utah. F.R. Hauck, V.G. Norman, et al. Cultural Resource Series No. 4, Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake City, 1979.
  • Intensive Archaeological Surface Evaluations and Sample Survey of the Southern Utah Fuel Company Coal Mine in Sevier County, Utah. by F.R. Hauck, V.G. Norman and D.G. Weder, Paper No. 20 Archaeological-Environmental Research Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah 1980.
  • Final Report on the Mapco River Bend Cultural Mitigation Study. by V.G. Norman and F.R. Hauck, Paper No. 18, Archaeological-Environmental Research Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah 1980.
  • Intensive Archaeological Evaluations on the Emery-Spanish Fork Canyon Segment of the Proposed 345 Kv Transmission Corridor in

    Utah, Carbon, and Emery Counties, Utah. Paper No. 27, by V.G. Norman, D. Weder and F.R. Hauck, Archaeological-Environmental Research Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1980.

Mesoamerica

  • Izapa Calendar Decoded: New LIght on Early Maya Origins (260/105 Day Calendar). by V. Garth Norman, Society for American Archaeology Symposium, Vancouver, B.C., 2008 (260/105 Day Calendar).
  • Mesoamerican and Parowan Fremont Trade Contact: Turquoise for Sea Shells, Architecture and Ritual Calendar Culture Exchange (260/105 Day Calendar). by V. Garth Norman, Society for American Archaeology Symposium, Austin, Texas, 2007.
  • Mesoamerican and Southwest Ties: Izapa, Mexico and Parowan Gap, Utah ,Temple Centers: Solar-Lunar-Stellar with 260-Day Calendar and Observatories. by V. Garth Norman, Society for American Archaeology Symposium, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2006.
  • Geometry and Measure in Mesoamerican Monumental Sculpture-Decipherment of 49.5 cm. Codo. by V. Garth Norman, Presented at Palenque Round Table, Palenque, Mexico, 1986.
  • Astronomical Orientations of

    Izapa Sculptures. by V. Garth Norman, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1980.

  • Astronomical Alignments of Izapa Sculpture. by V. Garth Norman, Archaeoastronomy Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sponsored by Smithsonian Institute and the University of Maryland, 1979.
  • Izapa Archaeoastronomy: Structural and Sculptural Alignments. by V. Garth Norman at Second Cambridge Symposium on Recent Research in Mesoamerican Archaeology, Cambridge University, England, August 28, 1976.
  • Izapa Sculpture and Archaeoastronomy. by V. Garth Norman, at XIII International Congress of Americanists, Sorbonne University, Paris, France, September 6, 1976.
  • Izapa Sculpture. 2 Vol. Text and Album, by V. Garth Norman, Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 30, Provo, Utah, 1976.
  • Mound 4, Chiapa de Corzo, Mexico. V. Garth Norman Assistant Excavation Director, Recorder-Mapper. New World Archaeological Foundation, 1965.

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