Historical Archaeology of Great Salt Lake Lecture
April 19 | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Since the shorelines of Lake Bonneville receded, Great Salt Lake has featured prominently in the natural and cultural history of North America and beyond. The salty brine featured as a major recreational draw, supporting several different bathing resorts from Black Rock, to Lakeside, to Saltair (I, II, and III). Explore those remains from the historic-period. Given by Chris Merritt.