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Descriptions of Ancient Works in Ohio

Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge Volume III Article 7, May, 1850

Charles Whittlesey (1850)

 Gustav's Library Vintage Reprint

A very early work on Ohio earthworks. Published in the Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, Volume III Article 7, May, 1850. This is a rare first hand account of some of the outstanding ancient earthworks of Ohio by Charles Whittlesey.

This 8-1/4" x 10-1/2",  33 pages 7 full page plates, soft cover, facsimile reprint  $7.95

   

Contents

Introductory Remarks.
Ancient Excavation, Big Bottom, Pike County. Plate I.
Ancient Work near Todd's Fork, Warren County. Plate II.
Work near Newtown. Plate III. No. 1.
Mound near Newtown. Plate III. No. 2.
Work near Columbus. Plate III. No. 8.
Ancient Works at Cincinnati. Plate IV.
Ancient Works in Adams, Washington County. Plate V. No. 1.
Work near Jacktown, Licking County. Plate V. No. 2.
Stone Work, Perry County. Plate V. No. 3.
Fortified Summit, three miles South of Newark, Licking County. Plate V. No. 4.
Work near Medina Centre, Medina County. Plate VI. No. 1.
Fortified Position, Weymouth. Plate VI. No. 2.
Earth-Work, South-East of Weymouth. Plate VI. No. 3.
Work in North Field, Summit County. Plate VII. Fig. A.
Ancient Work in Jackson County. Plate VII. No. 1.
Work between Jackson and Richmond. Plate VII. No. 2.
Work in Ross County. Plate VII. No. 3.
Work near Painesville, Lake County. Plate VII. Fig. B.