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Indian Beadwork

A Help For Students Of Design

Clark Wissler - 1922

Extremely well done paper covering manufacture and design of beadwork articles.  The designs are from the Arapaho and Dakota tribes and are generally representative of the Plains Indians as a whole.  Of special interest are the diagrams of design elements and their meanings.

This 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 33 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is profusely illustrated with plates and diagrams.  $6.95   

   

 

The Serpent Mound of Ohio

And

Prehistoric Remains in the Ohio Valley

F. W. Putnam - 1890

Extraordinarily rare, Putnam wrote these papers for the The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine between November, 1899 and April 1890.  Containing excellent engravings and material that is not readily available in other sources it provides an excellent resource on Serpent Mound.

This 8-1/2" x 10-1/2", 27 page, staple bound facsimile reprint contains many engraved illustrations.   $6.95   

   

 

Map and Guide to Ft. Ancient

William C. Mills - 1920

An early work on Ft. Ancient, Mills used a color foldout map of the fort to mark the various features of the earthwork that are then described in detail in the book.

5-1/2" x 8", 28 pages, staple bound facsimile reprint with large color foldout map.   $6.95   

   

 

Map and Guide to the Great Serpent Mound

W. H. Cole - 1925

Description and history of the Serpent Mound and park.

5-1/2" x 8", 25 pages, staple bound facsimile reprint with foldout photograph of Serpent Mound.   $6.95

   

 

The Wesleyan University Collection of Antiquities of Tennessee

and

 Some Mounds of Eastern Tennessee

George Grant MacCurdy - 1917

Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Council of Americanists, Washington, 1915.  An examination of early collections of Tennessee archaeological material featuring some extraordinary shell artifacts that were used by William H. Homes in his Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans .

8-1/2" x 11", 64 pages, staple bound facsimile reprint profusely  illustrated  $10.95

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Archaeological Survey of Eastern Colorado

First, Second  and Third Reports

E. B. Renaud - 1931-33

Eastern Colorado sites surveyed under  the direction of E. B. Renaud. This publication covers various types of sites as well as: enclosures, pictographs, petroglyphs, pottery, projectile types, stone tools, etc..

This 7" x 10", 194 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is  illustrated with a colored map of archaeological sites and many diagrams and plates.  $16.95

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The Origin of the Cahokia Mounds

A. R. Crook - 1922

- AND -

The Cahokia and Surrounding  Mound Groups

D. I. Bushnell, Jr. -  1904

Two early works on Cahokia, some of the earliest aerial photographs of Cahokia were taken by the United States Army Air Service pilot, Lieutenant G. W. Goddard, and 12 are included

This 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 59 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is  illustrated with diagrams, early aerial and ground photographs.  $9.95

   

 

The Mound Builders

The Greatest Monument of Prehistoric Man

Cahokia or Monks Mound

Various Contributors - 1913

An early work on the Cahokia Mound Group (circa 1913), it contains the sketch by H. M. Brackenridge, written in 1811, which is one of the earliest descriptions of Cahokia.

Other notable contributors include: Edmund Flagg, The Far West, 1838, A. J. Conant, Footprints of Vanished Races, 1879, William McAdams, Records of Ancient Races in the Mississippi Valley, 1887,  E. O. Randall, Ohio Mound Builders, 1908.

This 6" x 9" soft cover, facsimile reprint is  illustrated with diagrams and early  photographs.  $9.95

   

 

Archaeological Survey of Indiana - 4 Volumes

From the 1920s through the late 1950's, the Indiana Historical Bureau started an archaeological survey of Indiana counties.  As far as we can determine there were only 17 surveys that were actually completed and we have grouped these surveys geographically into four volumes.  Township maps show the location of the sites and surface surveys that were conducted and the plates are of outstanding artifacts of bone, flint, stone, pottery and copper.


 VOLUME 1   

Archaeological Survey of Gibson County, Dragoo
Archaeological Survey of Perry County, Kellar
Archaeological Notes on Posey County, Adams
Archaeological Survey of Spencer County, Kellar
Archaeological Notes on Warrick County, Curry

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VOLUME 2  

Archaeological Survey of Gibson County, Dragoo
Archaeological Survey of Perry County, Kellar
Archaeological Notes on Posey County, Adams
Archaeological Survey of Spencer County, Kellar
Archaeological Notes on Warrick County, Curry

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VOLUME 3  

An Archaeological Survey of Marshall County, Faulkner
An Archaeological Report on Newton County, Indiana, Heistand
The Archaeology of Porter County, McAllister
An Archaeological Survey of Starke County, Indiana, De Paepe

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VOLUME 4  

An Archaeological Survey of Dearborn & Ohio Counties, Black
Archaeological Survey of Shelby County, Indiana, Dragoo
The Archaeology of the Whitewater Valley (Franklin, Fayette,
Randolph, Union and Wayne Counties), Setzler

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