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Archæological history of Ohio

the Mound builders and later Indians

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        LC Classifications1902
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        Paginationxvi, 80 p. :
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Prehistory of Ohio

Usable, yes, after a disorganized blurry fashion. Arctodus Simus, acompared to a human. Projectile points became thinner and smaller—either with no notches or finely notched triangular points for bow and arrows, : 6 which could be used for hunting or as a weapon. Salisbury American Antiquarian Society The Newark Earthworks were constructed between 100 B. Many native people returned after the conflicts subsided.

Public programs were held each evening, and the walkers shared stories around the campfire, listened to Native American music, and learned about from Native American life and culture.

Archaeological History of Ohio

Numbers were kept in control by predators such as the wolf and cougar as well as the American Indians. " The road may have been a route of pilgrimage connecting the two grandest centers of the Hopewell world.

Adovasio with Jake Page, Random House, Inc. Because there is no text in the file —they are images! They describe the site as consisting of a "wall and an outer ditch, which constitute three sides of a. Fowke notes that when the site was built, the river most likely flowed high enough to be at the edge of the earthworks.

The south ended at the hill and the north stopped 25 feet from the southern wall.