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Aborigines of Minnesota, Winchell (1911)
This 2 part set also contains the information from our extract  Earthworks in Minnesota(See listing below )

An extremely rare landmark work devoted to the aboriginal occupation of Minnesota from prehistoric to modern times.  Edited by N.H. Winchell from the collection of Jacob V. Brower and the field surveys and notes of Alfred J. Hill and Theodore H. Lewis.  Earthworks in Minnesota account for the majority of archaeological features examined. 

This 9-1/2" x 12-1/4", soft cover, two volume facsimile reprint contains 761 pages and is illustrated by thirty six halftone page plates, twenty six folder inserts and six hundred and forty two figures inserted into the text.  $54.95

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Earthworks in Minnesota, N. H. Winchell (1911)
This is an extract of The Aborigines of Minnesota
(see above listing)

This 350 page extract from The Aborigines of Minnesota forms a county atlas of Minnesota earthworks.  As usual, all of the hand assembled, hand inserted foldouts (24) are present in their original size.   There are hundreds of earthworks described in this book some of which have disappeared as Minnesota became more developed over the years. 

This 9-1/2"" x 12-1/4",  350 page soft cover book is illustrated with hundreds of mound diagrams, photographs and 24 large foldouts    $29.95

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Archeology of Mississippi, Brown (1926)

Mississippi's archaeological past described by Dr. Calvin S. Brown. The illustrated pipes, for instance, are magnificent and his inclusion of Post-Columbian material really rounds out this informative work.

This 6" x 8-1/2", 372 page soft cover book is illustrated with 350 plates of engravings and photographs - many full page. $24.95

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Ozark Bluff-Dwellers, Harrington

If you're interested in the archaeology of rock shelters of the Ozarks, you won't find a better fit than this book by M.R. Harrington.  As with some other rock shelter and cave sites, a wealth of artifacts made from perishable materials such as wood and cane were found.

This 6" x 8-1/2", soft cover book, 183 text pages  with 16 in-text figures and 47  full page plates of engravings and photographs.   $18.95

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Prehistoric Antiquities of Indiana, Lilly

Having grown up in Ohio, I never fully appreciated the fantastic amount of prehistory that was present in our neighbor to the west - Indiana. Eli Lilly presents the archaeological treasures of the Hoosier State with a staggering array of full page plates, this is one of the best illustrated state archaeological  books that I have seen. 

This 8-1/4"" x 10-1/2",  293 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is illustrated with 52 full page plates of engravings and photographs.    $24.95

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Archeological History of New York, Parker
Part 1 - Aboriginal Occupation of New  York

Part 1 - Bulletins 235 and 236. Archaeological description of the aboriginal occupation of New York state.  This book discusses the various occupations (Mound Builder, Eskimo, Iroquois and Algonkian) as well as in-depth descriptions of excavations of 12 sites by famous archaeologists such as: M.R. Harrington, Arthur C. Parker, E.G. Squier (of Squier and Davis fame) and Frank H. Cushing.   This 6"" x 9",  470 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is illustrated with 141 full page plates and 66  in-text illustrations.    $24.95

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Archeological History of New York, Parker
Part 2 - Archaeological Atlas - Sites by County

Part 2 - Bulletins 237 and 238.  Archaeological atlas for the Empire State, this book features maps of the counties of New York along with locations and descriptions of their sites.  This 6"" x 9",  293 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is illustrated with 91 full page plates (55 colored)  and 18 photographs.    $24.95

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Archeological Explorations, Fowke
Cave Explorations MO, IN, IL, KY, TN, AL, NE and Archaeology in Hawaii

Something special from BAE's Gerard Fowke.  He examines the archaeology of caves in the Ozark Region of Central Missouri as well as selected caves and rock shelters from Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee not to mention sites in Kansas and Nebraska.  Just to top it off, he also includes some early archaeological information concerning Hawaii as well.

This 6-3/4" x 9-1/2",  204 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is illustrated with 45 plates (1 foldout map) and 36 text illustrations,    $16.95

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Primitive Methods of Working Stone, Pond (1930)
Based on Experiments of Halvor L. Skavlem
With an new introduction by John C. Whittaker, Ph.D.

A very rare work on early experimental stone tool manufacturing.  Mr. Skavlem independently developed these techniques for ground stone and flaked tools over a fifteen year period starting in the first part of the 20th Century.  A must read for anyone interested in methods of producing stone tools.

This 8-1/4" x 10-1/2",  157 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint is illustrated with 64 plates, many of which are full page.    $19.95

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Primitive Industry, Abbott (1881)

A comprehensive work of the artifacts of the Northern Atlantic Seaboard of the United States. From the common pitted stones to exquisite pipes and copper artifacts.

This 6-1/2" x 9-1/2",  560 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint contains 429 illustrations.    $24.95

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