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Certain Mounds and Village Sites in Ohio - Volume 1

Excavations of the Adena Mound

Explorations of the Gartner Mound and Village Site
Explorations of the Baum Village Site

Explorations of the Edwin Harness Mound

 

William C. Mills - 1907

 Gustav's Library Vintage Reprint
 

After three years of searching, we finally obtained access to a copy of this extremely rare and expensive original and for this we offer a special thanks to Larry Conrad of Ancient Society Books

The Archaeological and Historical Society of Ohio published 4 volumes of Certain Mounds and Village Sites in Ohio (each consisting of four parts) between 1907 and 1926. The parts of the first three volumes were compilations of articles written by William C. Mills in the quarterly publication of the Society. The fourth volume parts were from articles written by Henry C. Shetrone, assistant and protege of Mills. Each volume's parts were available separately or bound together in one book.

Volume 1 was published in 1907 and was limited to 150 copies. The complete volume was published on "fine book paper and bound in Art Canvas, gilt top".

CONTENTS

 

Excavations of the Adena Mound

Explorations of the Gartner Mound and Village Site
Explorations of the Baum Village Site

Explorations of the Edwin Harness Mound

This soft cover book is 7-1/2" x 10", 279 pages, and  profusely illustrated with scores of photographs and drawings. $24.95  

   

  Chalcedony arrowpoint and copper bracelet  from Adena Mound The Adena Tablet from the Adena Mound At work in the Gartner Mound

Probably the most famous pipe in the world!

Discoidal from Gartner Mound and Village Site.

Map of Gartner Mound and Village Site

Mortar from Baum Village Site Axe and celt from Baum Village Site
Platform pipe from Harness Mound Copper axe from Harness Mound Bone effigy claws, perforated shark's teeth and bear claws from Harness Mound Sheet Mica cut ornaments
Sample  Plates - click on image to enlarge