Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Volume 12

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1894 - America
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Contents

Vault in mound No 10 Dunleith Illinois llfi 58 Welch group Brown county Illinois 118
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FIG 10 Section of mound in Powers fort Butler county Missouri 196
12
Engraved shell Nelson Triangle 338
14
Vertical section of Callaway mound Monroe county Tennessee 385
15
Outline of this paper
17
Introduction
27
Field operations
35
Elongate mounds Souris river Manitoba
36
Turtle tigure Hughes comity South Dakota
40
Inclosures and mounds Pipestone county Minnesota
44
Mound vault Houston county Minnesota
45
Mound group near Madison Wisconsin
46
Walled vault in mound Prairie du Chien Wisconsin
48
Section of mound and pit Paairie du Chien Wisconsin
49
Silver locket from mound Prairie du Cnieu Wisconsin
51
Silver cross from mound Prairie du Chieu Wisconsin
52
Plat of southwestern part of Crawford county Wisconsin
53
Mounds on NE i Sec 24 T 8 X R 6 W Wisconsin
54
Mound ground at Hazen Corners Crawford county Wisconsin
55
Bird effigies at Hazen Comers Crawford county Wisconsin
56
Quadruped effigy on Sec 36 T 8 R 6 W Wisconsin
59
Group of bird effigies Sec 35 T 8 N R 6 W Wisconsin
60
Bird effigy See 35 T 8 N R 6 W Wisconsin
61
Mounds on Slaumers land Crawford county Wisconsin
63
Courtois group near Prairie du Chien Wisconsin
64
Mound No 6 Courtois group Prairie du Chien Wisconsin
65
Mound No 20 section Conrtois group Prairie du Chien Wisconsin
66
Doiiseman mound plan Prairie du Chien Wisconsin
68
The Polandergroup Sec 14 T 9N R 6 W Crawford county Wiscon sin
71
Plan of the Vilas aud Flucke groups Crawford county Wisconsin
72
Plan of the Armstrong group near Lynxville Wisconsin
74
Plan of the Sue Conlee group Crawford county Wisconsin
75
Copper spindles frem the Sue Coulee group Crawford county
76
Mound group near Battle island Vernnn county Wisconsin
78
Plan of mound No 4 Battle island Vcrunn county Wisconsin
79
Copper plate from mound No 6 White group N M 88336
81
Obsidian implement from mound No 10 White group
82
Plat of Whites group Vernon county Wisconsin
82
Pot from monnd No 11 White group
83
Efligy monnds near Cassville Grant county Wisconsin
85
Lines of works near Cassville Grant county Wisconsin
86
Mound group Vyalnsing Grant county Wisconsin
89
Elephant mound according to Middletons survey in 1884
92
Elephant mound after Warners figure
93
Elephant mound and surroundings Grant county Wisconsin
94
Inclosure near Rheboygan Slieboygan county Wisconsin
95
Plat of Rice lake group Barron county Wisconsin
96
Circular inclosure near New Albin Allainakee county Iowa
100
Ancient works near New Albin Allamakee county Iowa
102
Inclosnre on Hays farm near New Albin Allainakee county Iowa
105
Walled mound Fish group Allmuakcc county Iowa
107
Group near Peru Dubuque county Iowa
109
Stone gorget Dubnqne county Iowa
110
Diagram of Indian battle ground Wapello county Iowa
111
Mound group Dunleith Illinois
114
Vertical section of mound No 8 NE i Sec 31 T 10 S R 2 W Illinois
127
Vertical section of mound on SE J Sec 15 T 10 S H 2 W Illinois
128
Vertical section of mound No 1 NE 4 Sec 27 T 10 S R 2 W Illinois
130
Wood river mounds Madison county Illinois
132
Map of Caliokia group Madison county Illinois
134
Map of the western part of Madison county Illinois
135
The De Frenne stone graves Randolph county Illinois
137
Stone graves on bluff Randolph county Illinois
139
Hut rings near the bank of Big Mary river Illinois
140
Pot from Jackson county Illinois 112
145
Sohliuipcrt mounds Jackson county Illinois
146
Section of mound on Schliinperts place Jackson county Illinois
147
Mounds on Halos place Jackson county Illinois 118
151
Skull from mound on Hales place front view
152
Bone plate from mound on Hales place
153
Catholic medal from mound on Hales place
154
Plat of works on Linns place Union county Illinois
156
Mound A Linn group vertical outline
157
Round pond mounds Union county Illinois
160
Copper plate bearing dancing figures Tnion county Illinois
161
Mound group Clarke county Missouri 16t 87 The lien Proffer mound Cape Girardeau county Missouri
168
Ancient works on Boulwares place Clarke county Missouri
168
The Witting mounds Capo Girardcau county Missouri
169
The Peter Bess settlement Bollinger county Missouri m
173
Stone pipe Lakeville settlement
174
The Rich woods mounds Stoddard county Missouri
175
Plan of mounds Nos 3 4 5 and 6 Rich woods mounds
177
Section of mound No 3 and adjuncts Rich woods mounds
178
Pin Hook ridge mounds Mississippi county
181
Bakers mound Mississippi county Missouri
185
Image vessel from Beck withs ranch
188
Water vessel from Beckwits ranch Mississippi county Missouri
189
Gourdshaped vessel from Keck withs ranch Mississippi county
190
Owl image vessel from Beck withs ranch
191
Fishshaped vessel from Beckwiths rauch
192
Meyers mound Scott county Missouri
193
Mound group near Harviell Butler county Missouri
194
Powers fort Butler county Missouri
195
Hi Section of mound No 12 Tyrouza station Poinsett county Arkansa
205
Section of mounds Tyronza station
206
Clay casts of ear of mai o or Indian corn
207
Clay floor of a threeroom house
208
Mode of lathing houses by Moundbuilders
209
Vertical section of mound No 1 Miller group Poinsett county
210
Plan of mound No 11 Miller group
211
Plan of mound No 12 Miller group
212
Plat of Thornton group Poinsett county Arkansas
213
Plat of Taylor shanty group Poinsett county Arkansas
214
Mound No 1 Taylor shanty group
215
Section of mound No 4 Taylor shanty group
217
12 Plat of Pecan point works Massi wippi county Arkansas 22C 130 Image vessel Pecan point Mississippi county Arkansas
221
Vessel ftom Jackson mound Mississippi county Arkansas
223
Engraved shell Rusycon perrtrimm from mound Independence county Arkansas
224
Stone spool from mound Jackson county Arkansas
225
Bradley mounds Orittendeu county Arkansas
226
House site St Francis county Arkansas
229
Plan of Menard mounds Arkansas county Arkansas
230
ArkansasContinued Pago
233
Plan of Old Town works Phillips county Arkansas
236
Pottery vessel from Old Town works
237
Mound No 3 Old Town works
238
Rogers mound Phillips county Arkansas
239
Mound near Arkansas City Desna county Arkansas
240
Old French fort Deshu county Arkansas
241
141 The Taylor mounds Drew county Arkansas
242
The De Soto mound Jefferson county and the Knapp mounds Pulaski county Arkansas
242
Plat of the Knapp mounds Pulaski county Arkansas
244
Stone implement from Knapp group
245
The Hughes mound Saline county Arkansas 216
248
Mound group near Camden Arkansas
249
Plat of Troyville mounds Catahoula parish Louisiana
251
155 View of mound No 6 Troyville mounds Catahoula parish
252
Plat of the Carson mounds Coahoina county Mississippi
254
Omitted 158 Clarksdale works Coahoma county Mississippi
254
Section of mound No 1 Clarksdale works
257
Sections Jong south trench mound No 1 Union county Missis sippi
270
Section along the northeast trench mound No 1 Union county
271
Section along the northeast trench mound No 1 Union county
272
Section along the north trench mound No 1 Union county
273
Section along the north trench mound No 1 Union county
274
Silver plate with Spanish coat of arms mound Union county
275
17i Fireplace in mound Lauderdalc Tennessee
278
Image vessel from mound Obion county Tennessee
279
OByams fort Hickman county Kentucky
280
Mound No 1 OByams fort
281
Plat of Tally mounds Jefferson county Alabama
291
View of the large mound Etowah group
294
Plat of Etowah group copy of Whittleseys figure No 1
296
Plan of the large mound Eto wah group
298
Plat of the Etowah group original
299
Large mound of the Etowah group
300
Vertical section of mound c Etowah group
302
Plan of burials in mound c Etowah group
303
Figured copper plate from mound e Etowah group human figure
304
Figured copper plate from mound c Etowah group
304
Copper badge from mound c Etowah group
305
Figured copper plate from mound c Etowah group bird figure
306
Engraved shell mound c Etowah group
307
Bust from Etowah mounds
308
Copper plate with bird figure mound near Peoria Illinois
309
Section of the Rembert group Elbert county Georgia
316
Plan of mound No 1 Rembert group
317
Vertical section mound No 1 Rembert group
318
Upper horizontal section of Hollywood mound Georgia
318
Pot from Hollywood mound Georgia
318
Observatory Circle near Newark Ohio
320
Fragment of European pottery Hollywood mound Georgia
321
Fair Ground Circle near Newark Ohio
322
High Bank Circle near Chillicothe Ohio
324
Shell beads from Hollywood mound Georgia
325
Fragment of porcelain from Hollywood mound Georgia
326
Pipes from Hollywood mound Georgia
328
T F Nelson mound Caldwell county North Carolina
334
T F Nelson Triangle Caldwell county North Carolina 33G 209 Copper cylinder Nelsou Triangle
336
Iron celt from Nelson Triangle
337
Pipe Caldwell county North Carolina
339
Pipe Cald well county North Carolina
341
Plan of VV D Jones mound Caldwell county North Carolina
342
R T Lenoir burial pit plan Caldwell county North Carolina
343
Ancient burial ground Wilkes county North Carolina
345
Clay hearth or firebed Wilkes county North Carolina
346
Hogns article Hay wood county North Carolina
348
Bogus articles Hay wood connty North Carolina
349
Big mound Hay wood county North Carolina
350
Section of Connor mound Hendercon county North Carolina 330
351
Copper spindle from mound Sullivan county Tennessee
352
Plan of burials in mound Sullivan county Tennessee
353
Stone pipe from mound Sullivan county Tennessee
354
Plat showing ancient graves near Kingsport Tennessee
355
Section of grave No 1 near Kingsport Tennessee
356
Section of mound on Fains island Jefferson county Tennessee
358
Vessel in form of a shell Sunflower county Mississippi
359
Diagram of mound No 3 Long island Roane county Tennessee
360
Image from mound No 3 Long island Roane county Tennessee
361
Diagram of the Hagler mound Roane county Tennessee
364
Plat of the valley of the Little Tennessee River Blount and Mon roe counties Tennessee
366
Diagram of the Hardiu mound Blount county Tennessee
367
Copy of Thnberlakes map of Overhill Cherokee towns
368
Diagram of McMurray mound No 2
369
Diagram of McMnrray mound No 3
370
Plat of Latimore and McSpaddin monnds Citico group Monroe county Tennessee
372
Vertical section of the Citico mound McSpaddin No 4 3J4 250 Plan of burials in the Citico mound McSpaddin No 4
375
Moccasinshaped pot Citico mound
376
Bono needle Citico mound
377
Plan of burials in McGee mound No 2
378
Plat of the Toco mounds Monroe county Tennessee
379
Vertical section of the Big Toco mound Monroe county Tennessee
380
Plan of burials in the Big Toco mound Monroe county Tennessee
381
Bone implement Big Toco mound
382
Stone pipe Big Toco mound
383
Pot Big Toco mound
384
nessee
394
Mounds on John Jacksons farm Loudon county Tennessee
395
Mounds on John Jacksons farm London county Tennessee
396
The Lenoir mounds Loudon county Tennessee
397
Plan of burials in mound No 1 Lenoir group
398
Diagram of monud No 2 Lenoir group
399
Plan of burials in mound No 2 Lenoir group
400
Horizontal plan of mound No 2 Lenoir group
401
Shell ornament mound No 2 Lenoir group
402
Pipe mound No 2 Lenoir group
403
Plan of burials in mound No 1 Frazier group Rhea county Tennes see
406
Huddlesous Circle Fayette ouuiity West Virginia
407
Singular stone heaps Fayette county West Virginia
408
Stone heap with two cavities Fayette county West Virginia
409
Plat of group near Charleston Kanawha county West Virginia
414
Enlarged plan of mound No 1 and inclosure a Kanawha county West Virginia
415
Section of mound No 1 Kanawha county West Virginia
416
Spring Hill iuclosure on enlarged scale Kanawha county West Vir ginia
419
Enclosure G Kanawha county West Virginia
421
Enclosure I Kanawha county West Virginia
422
Inclosure L Kanawha county West Virginia
423
Inclosure K Kauawna county West Virginia
424
A section of mound No 21 Kanawha county West Virginia
425
Copper bracelet from mound No 21 Kanawha county West Virginia
426
Steatite pipe from Kauawha county West Virginia
427
Section of mound No 31 Kanawha county West Virginia
432
Monnd group 1 mile west of Barboursville West Virginia
438
Plan and sections of the Stunts mound Knox county Ohio
440
Section of the Hawn mound Knox county Ohio
441
Plat and section of the area about the Staats monnd Knox county Ohio
442
Plan of Cemetery mound Mount Vernon Knox county Ohio
444
Cemetery mound Mount Vernon Knox county Ohio
445
Works on the Davis place Hocking county Ohio
447
Plan of the large work Davis place Hocking county Ohio 418
448
Ancient works near Dublin Franklin county Ohio
450
Newark works Licking county Ohio
458
Fair Ground Circle Newark Ohio
458
Observatory Circle Newark Ohio
458
Octagon Newark Ohio
461
Group of mounds Brown county Ohio
463
Square Newark Ohio
465
Square of Hopeton works Ross county Ohio
472
Circle of Hopeton works Ross county Ohio
472
Circle of High Bank Works Ross county Ohio
473
Octagon of High Bank works Ross county Ohio
477
Square of Liberty tawnship works Ross county Ohio
482
Square of Baum works Ross county Ohio
484
Archeologie areas and distribution of typos
521
Plat of the Angel mounds near Evansville Indiana
558
The Moundbuilders
595
Copy of Plate XI Brevis Narratio
652
The MoundbuildersContinued Page
671
Other metals
713
General observations
722

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Page 520 - Mexico, on the south by the Gulf of Mexico, and on the west by Texas.
Page 610 - Occam ; and the evening following we came to an island which they call Roanoak, distant from the harbour by which we entered seven leagues ; and at the north end thereof was a village of nine houses built of cedar and fortified round about with sharp trees to keep out their enemies, and the entrance into it made like a turnpike very artificially...
Page 663 - of others which afterwards we saw, was of great posts thrust deep into the ground, and very rough; and many long rails, as big as one's arm, laid across between them, and the wall was about the height of a lance, and it was daubed within and without with clay, and had loopholes.
Page 712 - The handle either of a small sword or a large knife, made of an elk's horn ; around the end where the blade had been inserted, was a ferule of silver, which, though black, was not much injured by time. Though the handle showed the hole where the blade had been inserted, yet no iron was found, but an oxyde remained of similar shape and size.
Page 652 - Allelujah and lamentation, slowly proceed to the place of general interment, whe're they place the coffins in order, forming a pyramid ; * and lastly, cover all over with earth, which raises a conical hill or mount. Then they return to town in order of solemn procession, concluding the day with a festival, which is called the feast of the dead.
Page xliii - ... we may venture to suggest that the facts thus far collected point to a connection more or less intimate between the race of the mounds and the semi-civilized nations which formerly had their seats among the sierras of Mexico, upon the plains of Central America and Peru...
Page 560 - Occasionally we find them isolated, but more frequently in groups. The greater number of the circles are of small size, with a nearly uniform diameter of two hundred and fifty or three hundred feet, and invariably have the ditch interior to the wall.
Page 701 - ... the fire, when they become quite hard They are often a full span long, and the bowls are about half as large again as those of our English pipes. The fore part of each commonly runs out with a sharp peak, two or three fingers broad, and a quarter of an inch thick...
Page 652 - As soon as a person is dead, they erect a scaffold eighteen or twenty feet high, in a grove adjacent to the town, where they lay the corpse, lightly covered with a mantle. Here it is suffered to remain, visited and protected by the friends and relations, until the flesh becomes putrid...
Page 651 - When the great Chief dies, they demolish his cabin, and then raise a new mound, on which they build the cabin of him who is to replace him in this dignity, for he never lodges in that of his predecessor.

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