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The C. L. Lewis Stone Mound and the stone mound problem

James H. Kellar

The C. L. Lewis Stone Mound and the stone mound problem

by James H. Kellar

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Published by Indiana Historical Society in Indianapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mounds,
  • Antiquities,
  • Indians of North America

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE74.I3 K4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination357-481 p.
    Number of Pages481
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26538389M
    LC Control Number60052035

      "Prehistoric Illinois: The Great Cahokia Mound: Old Stone-Lined Grave Found at Monk's Mound. Discovery by Owner Proves Prehistoric Race Was Familiar with Cutting of Rock" is an article from Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (), Volume View more articles from Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (). View this article on JSTOR. — L. & C, I, “Immediately opposite our camp [somewhere among the Ricara villages below the Cannonball River] on the north side are the ruins of an ancient fortification, the greater part of which is washed into the river; nor could we discern more than that .

    Vol October , Number book covers mound ex-cavations done in the State of Arkansas from the 's thru the late 's. All of the artifacts pictured in this book came from legal excavations. A must for any collector of Arkansas Indian Artifacts. HB. $   Mound House has recently opened as a fully operational museum with excellent interpretive programs. Parke Lewis was an excellent interpretive guide for the beach walk and the presentation on the People of Mound House. And he was phenomenal as the guide on our Eco 5/5().

    "Who Moved the Stone" by Frank Morison is an ultimate example of an individual's dedication to delving in to a subject and discovering its truth, or as much of its truth as possible. Morison not only provided the information he uncovered he explained throughout the work the . / round of the mound, and the unfinished portion of the stone of is now in view. The stone placed on Brown's Hill in in the mound of marks the westernmost point reached by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon in delineating the common boundaries of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia (now West Virginia).


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pages with 18 plates, 3 figures, bibliography an appendix. Royal octavo 10" x 7" bound in original publisher's brown wrappers with black lettering to front wrapper. Indian Historical Society, Prehistory Research Series, Volume III, Number IV.

First edition. Rock piles are some of the most ambiguous features Book Edition: First. away before it could be completed. Other important contributions to Indiana Archaeology by Kellar included research conducted at the Mann Site, the C.

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