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Homes in his The J and L Reprint Company produced some excellent reprints, as well as original papers, concerning the archaeology of the Great Plains. This publication explains pottery types and methods of manufacture and is profusely illustrated with 177 full page plates (7 full color), 79 illustrations and a color pottery distribution map of the Eastern United States.
These quality reprints are not used copies but new old stock and still wrapped and packed in the boxes just as they were delivered from the printer. we addressed a request by our customers that we also develop a CD that would allow viewing of this important archaeological atlas.
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"Along part of Green river, Ky., and particularly in "The Indian Knoll," Ohio County, were found by us objects of antler, hooked at one end and having a cavity in the other end, in which sometimes was asphalt, used for fastening something introduced into the cavity...
Moore and provides a vivid picture of this vanished culture. Exceedingly rare and arguably one of the most important books on United States archaeology ever written, this 160 year old publication was written to document the earthworks of prehistoric America before the plow and advancing civilization could obliterate them forever.
See the detail page by clicking here This is the same plate set (with a different cover) that we are providing to the gift shop of the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park at the Hopewell Mound Group near Chillicothe, Ohio.
Hereafter in this report, for convenience and not because we are fully convinced they are such, we shall designate the hooked implements as needles and the objects found with them as sizers.The plateau is cut up irregularly by ravines, and although none are of great length, yet all of them are precipitous and attain their depth within a few hundred yards from the beginning of their erosion ... Randall was the secretary of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society when he wrote this book in 1916, includes sections on Mound Builders, and forts of Ohio including: Fort Ancient, Spruce Hill Fort, Fort Hill, Glenford Stone Fort, Miami Fort, Fortified Hill (Butler County), and even Cahokia Mound in Illinois merits a discussion.The distance around the inclosure (following the center of the embankment) is 18,712.2 feet." (Warren K. The first 24 years of this fine archeological publication.This large format (approximately 12" x 17") soft cover book is printed on acid-free, premium heavyweight paper and features the full-size, color maps of each of the 88 Ohio counties as well as the county archaeological descriptions, trail and mound distribution maps as found in the original.Authoritative paper covering manufacture and design of beadwork articles.