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Archeological Atlas of Ohio, Mills (1914)

Any way you spell it The Archeological (Archeological) Atlas of Ohio was, and is,  the most famous and comprehensive archaeological atlas ever printed - with  over 5,000 archaeological features of the Buckeye State identified.  The original publication run was limited to only 500 copies which accounts for the extreme rarity and high cost of the few surviving originals.

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 and their descriptions as well as the special archaeological features found in the original.  The binding of this massive volume is a special double loop wire which, unlike the original, allows it to be opened and lay flat, 193 pages.   $44.95  

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ON CD  Archeological Atlas of Ohio, Mills (1914) ON CD

NEW!    The same Archeological Atlas of Ohio, but now available on CD.  NEW!

After we released our hardcopy reprint of the Archeological Atlas of Ohio we addressed  a request by our customers that we also develop a CD that would allow viewing of the county details without a magnifying glass.  This CD uses the industry standard Adobe Reader, and it has a zoom capability that allows a magnification of 400-600%+ on the map images.

 Regular Price $22.95  Temporary New Release Price $19.95  

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Archaeological Atlas of Kentucky, Webb and Funkhouser (1932) - Archaeological Survey of Kentucky Volume II

 

Published by the University of Kentucky, this work is a comprehensive listing of over 1,200 archaeological sites of  the Bluegrass state encompassing mounds, villages, burials, shell heaps, etc.     

This 6-3/4" x 9-1/2"",  463 page, soft cover book  includes full page maps of 71 Kentucky counties identifying locations of sites as well as illustrations of artifacts found in the state. $24.95
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Hopewell Mound Group of Ohio, Moorehead (1922)

Published by the Field Museum of Natural History of Chicago.  Moorehead expands on the excavations of the important Hopewell site that readers were introduced to in Primitive Man in Ohio.  The artistry of the artifacts displayed by this prehistoric culture is mind boggling as a glance at the 64 in-text illustrations and the 48 full-page plates will attest.     

This 6-1/2" x 9", perfect bound, soft cover book contains 162 pages including full page plates and illustrations. $16.95
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Summary of the Archaeology of Iowa, Starr (1895)

Summary of the Archaeology of Iowa, Frederick Starr, Ph. D. (1895):  This list of locations of archaeological features for 34 Iowa  counties was prepared  Iowa archaeologist Frederick Starr in 1895.  It gives specific locations for  mounds and sites and will prove to be of immeasurable value for anyone interested in the early archaeology of  Iowa.

This 6-1/2" x 9", 72 page soft cover book contains descriptions of hundreds of sites in Iowa arranged by county.   $12.95

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Perforated Stones From California, Henshaw (1887)

The author who fired the initial shot in the Davenport Conspiracy examines perforated stone artifacts from California and their possible uses.

This 7" x 9-1/4" booklet contains 34 pages and 16 B&W figures.  $7.95

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Basketry Designs of the Indians of Northern California, Dixon (1902)

An early work from the American Museum of Natural History,  Dixon provides plates illustrating  over 160 exquisite baskets.  

This 6-1/2" x 9-1/2", soft cover book contains 108 pages (32 pages of text and 37 full page plates of baskets and descriptions over 160 baskets in total).  $12.95  

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Basket Designs of the Mission Indians of Northern California, Kroeber (1922)

Another great work from the American Museum of Natural History,  Kroeber discusses basket designs associated with the California  Mission tribes.

This 6-1/2" x 9-1/2", soft cover book contains 50 pages including the 7 full page plates of baskets as well as 97 illustrations including the full page of design elements.  $8.95  

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Basket-Work of the North American Aborigines, Mason (1884)

A classic work from Otis T. Mason of the U.S. National Museum of Natural History,   This work is often referenced by later basketry books.

This 6-1/2" x 9-1/2", soft cover, facsimile reprint contains 144 pages, 65 of which are full page B&W plates and their descriptions illustrating over 100 baskets.  $13.95     

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Pomo Indian Basketry, Barrett (1908)

Viewed as the best, authoritative study of the baskets of the Pomo Indians.   

This 6-3/4" x 9-1/2", soft cover book contains 179 pages (146 pages of text and 16 pages of descriptions and 16 full page plates of scores of baskets) and a large foldout of basket design elements.  $14.95

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Basketry of the San Carlos Apache, Roberts (1929)

Roberts discusses the amazing basketry skills of the San Carlos Apache.

This 6-1/2" x 9-1/2", soft cover book contains 100 pages including 27 figures which include full page plates of basket design elements.  $12.95    

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Basket Designs of the Indians of Northwestern California, Kroeber (1904)

Another basketry design book from A.L. Koreber in which he discusses basket designs associated with the Indians of Northwestern California.

This 6-1/2" x 9-1/2", soft cover book contains 74 pages including the  7 full page plates of baskets as well as 8 full pages of design elements.  $10.95    

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