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The Mounds By Rob Scott
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Stanley is a sugarcane farmer in Englewood, Florida. He and other residents live around the ancient Indian Mounds in town and are afflicted by their presence. The town morally erodes and its... More > townspeople succumb to disastrous indulgences. Stanley's friends and his son's (Chip) friends work together with local authorities to clean it up. The meaning and purpose of The Mounds are discovered by the town, the townspeople rally and restore wealth and power to those wrongfully plighted.< Less
The Mounds By Rob Scott
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Stanley is a sugarcane farmer in Englewood, Florida. He and other residents live around the ancient Indian Mounds in town and are afflicted by their presence. The town morally erodes and its... More > townspeople succumb to disastrous indulgences. Stanley’s friends and his son’s (Chip) friends work together with local authorities to clean it up. The meaning and purpose of The Mounds are discovered by the town, the townspeople rally and restore wealth and power to those wrongfully plighted.< Less
Florida's Lost Archaic Indian Mounds By James M. Gray
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Indian artifact collecting is a hobby enjoyed by thousands of people and it goes a long way in helping to preserve artifacts from history that might never be found otherwise. It is illegal to dig for... More > artifacts without a landowner's permission, or on state-owned and controlled lands or submerged lands. The Florida Division of Historical Resources, Bureau of Archaeological Research does have the ability to grant permission to conduct archaeological investigations: but it is seldom done except for professionals. To obtain an archaeological research permit, you or someone in your organization must have professional archaeological expertise that meets the "Qualifications for Recognition as a Professional Archaeologist' of the Register of Professional Archaeologists. In spite of all this, you can use the accompanying copies of a Florida Site File form and use it to your advantage; even if only providing a history of and improving the value of a collection.< Less
Tombigbee Mystery of the Pharr Mounds By Rosa Carlisle
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Three generations of the McGuire family meet at Tombigbee State Park to solve the mystery of the stolen bones from the Pharr Mounds nearby.Conflict arises when their neighbors in the park disappear... More > from their cabin. Ned's past experiences with the local Choctaw give him concern.His grandson,Brian,finds a mystery woman in the woods. The past haunts his son who is expected to meet his father's expectations. Can the three men meet the challenge and work together or will the incident separate them even more?< Less
The Mound Builder Mystery By Michael Welch
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This play, made to be used IN THE CLASSROOM AS A READING OR SOCIAL STUDIES LESSON, brings to life the Hopewell Mound Builders in Ohio about 400 c e. In it, young people, twins, find out their... More > grandfather ,the Old King, was murdered. The Twins fight against the Wolf High Priest for control of their nation. Can this people find a new way to be? Will they quit building mounds? All this is in language that’s easy to read with good writing opportunities. It’s fun for grades 4-8.< Less
The Problem of the Ohio Mounds By Cyrus Thomas
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Discussion about the Indian Mound Builders of the Ohio River Valley. Discussion focuses on Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina. Indexed
The Problem of the Ohio Mounds By Cyrus Thomas
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Discussion about the Indian Mound Builders of the Ohio River Valley. Discussion focuses on Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina. Indexed
Paths of the Mound-Building Indians and Great Game Animals By Archer Butler Hulbert
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Indian Old Fields By Harry G. Enoch
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Over 50 significant prehistoric and historic archaeological sites have been identified in the Indian Old Fields area of Clark County, Kentucky. These date from 8000 B.C. to A.D. 1800. Several of... More > these sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Indian Old Fields was the one-time home of Shawnee chief Catahecassa (Black Hoof), the reputed site of John Finley’s trading post, as well as Eskippakithiki, one of the last Indian towns in what is now Kentucky. Pioneers who explored the Indian Old Fields area in 1775 reported evidence of old buildings, Indian fortifications, mounds and extensive areas that had been cultivated, which they took to be corn fields. These pioneers gave sworn statements about what they saw and directed the locations to be laid down by survey. They testified that a place they called the “gateposts” appeared to have been the area most recently occupied by the Indians.< Less
Animal Carvings from Mounds of the Mississippi Valley Second Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1880-81, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1883, pages 117-166 By Henry W. (Henry Wetherbee) Henshaw
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Henry Wetherbee Henshaw (March 3, 1850 – August 1, 1930)... More > was an American ornithologist.Henry Henshaw studied at Cambridge High School where he met William Brewster. In 1869 he was forced to give up school due to ill health, and went on a collecting trip to Louisiana. This marked the start of his career as a field naturalist.In 1870 Henshaw traveled to Florida. In the same year he found the first Baird's sandpiper east of the Mississippi River, in Boston. It was through discovery that Henshaw became known to the secretary of the Smithsonian Spencer Baird. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Henshaw< Less

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