FROM CARD: "INVENTORIED 1975."
Illustrated in Fowler and Matley (1979) (Figure 64a).
“Southern Paiute, Southern Utah” is a distinction observed by Fowler and Matley (1979) when specific band identification was not possible. “Southern Paiute. Southern Utah refers in general to the bands that Powell encountered in southern Utah and the Arizona Strip (that portion of present-day Arizona north of the Grand Canyon), i.e., the Kaibab, Uinkarets, Unkakaniguts and Shivwits.” [see: Fowler and Matley (1979), p. 5-6]
Culture attribution per Fowler and Matley (1979)
National Museum of Natural History