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Notes on the Iroquois, or, Contributions to the statistics, aboriginal ... - Page 217
by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1846 - 285 pages
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Bulletin, Issue 71

Ethnology - 1920
...agreeing with the four cardinal points. It was filled with human bones of both sexes and all ages. ... In one skull, two flint arrow heads were found, and...had also been ploughed up in the field adjacent." The finding of "some metal tools with a French stamp " prove the later burials to have been of comparatively...
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Native Cemeteries and Forms of Burial East of the Mississippi

David Ives Bushnell - Indians of North America - 1920 - 160 pages
...agreeing with the four cardinal points. It was filled with human bones of both sexes and all ages. ... In one skull, two flint arrow heads were found, and...had also been ploughed up in the field adjacent." The finding of " some metal tools with a French stamp " prove the later burials to have been of comparatively...
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Native cemeteries and forms of burial east of the Mississippi

David Ives Bushnell - Indians of North America - 1920 - 160 pages
...sexes and all ages. ... In one skull, two flint arrow heads were found, and many had the appeurance of having been fractured and cleft open, by a sudden...had also been ploughed up in the field adjacent." The finding of "some metal tools with a French stamp " prove the later burials to have been of comparatively...
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Native Cemeteries and Forms of Burial East of the Mississippi

David Ives Bushnell - Indians of North America - 1920 - 160 pages
...cleft open, by a sudden blow. They were piled in regular layers, but with no regard to size or sek. Pieces of pottery were picked up in the pit, and had also been ploughed up in the field adjacent." The finding of "some metal tools with a French stamp " prove the later burials to have been of comparatively...
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