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" All that can be claimed is, that there is nothing in the mounds beyond the power of such people as inhabited the region when discovered ; that those people are known to have constructed many of the mounds now, or recently existing, and there is no evidence... "
Pre-historic America - Page 132
by Jean-François-Albert du Pouget marquis de Nadaillac - 1885 - 566 pages
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The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, Volume 7

1884
...have erected any of the mounds yet discovered in the Mississippi Valley. As he says in conclusion, "Summing up the results that have been attained, it may be safely said that so far from there being an a priori reason why •the red Indians could not have erected these works, the evidence shows conclusively...
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Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine

West (U.S.) - 1885
...discovered ; ... those people are known to have constructed many of the mounds now or recently existing; and there is no evidence that any other or different people...regard to which direct historical evidence is wanting." This, however, is not to be taken as disparaging these remarkable works ; rather as attributing to...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1893
...can well afford to content ourselves with this brief and cursory examination into the early records. Summing up the results that have been attained, it...there being any a priori reason why the red Indians conld not have erected these works, the evidence shows conclusively that in New York and the Gulf States...
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memoirs of lenawee county michicgan

richard illenden bonner - 1909
...; that those people are known to have constructed many of the mounds now, or recently existing, and there is no evidence that any other, or different...attained, it may be safely said that, so far from being any prior reason why the red Indians could not have erected these works, the evidence shows,...
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