EARTHWORKS MOUNDS STONE CHAMBERS CLIFF DWELLINGS ROCK ART CAVES
The antiquities of Tennessee and the adjacent states, and the state of aboriginal society in the scale of civilization represented by them; a series of historical and ethnological studies, by Gates P. Thruston.by Thruston, Gates Phillips, 1835-1912.
The Cahokia mounds, with 16 plates; a preliminary paper, by Warren K. Moorehead.by Moorehead, Warren King, 1866-1939.
The Cahokia mound group and its village site materials.by Titterington, Paul Francis, 1895-1969.
The dolmens of Ireland, their distribution, structural characteristics, and affinities in other countries; together with the folk-lore attaching to them; supplemented by considerations on the anthropology, ethnology, and traditions of the Irish people. With four maps, and eight hundred illustrations, including two coloured plates. By William Copeland Borlase ... v.1 (1897)by Borlase, William Copeland, 1848-1899.
Erik the Red, Leif the Lucky and other pre-Columbian discoverers of America, tr. from the German of P. Oswald Moosmüller by George P. Upton with four illustrations and map.by Moosmüller, Oswald, 1832-1901.
The first settlers of the western continent, Japanese refugees from the sunken continent of Pan, erroneously called "Atlantis" : the mystery surrounding the Pre-Columbian period of our Nation's history, traced back to so-called Noah's flood / by Henry S. Tanner. c.1by Tanner, Henry S.
Investigations in Russell Cave; Russell Cave National Monument, Alabama, by John W. Griffin, in collaboration with John Earl Ingmanson, and with contributions by John T. Hack [and others]by Griffin, John W.
The Kensington rune-stone; an address by George T. Flom, delivered before the Illinois state historical society at its annual meeting, May 5-6, 1910 at Springfield, Illinois.by Flom, George T. 1871-1960.
The Mound-Builders: A Reconstruction of the Life of a Prehistoric American Race, Through exploration and interpretation of the earth mounds, their burials, an their cultural remains. By Henry Clyde Shetrone, Published in 1938.
The Norse discovery of America : a compilation in extenso of all the sagas, manuscripts, and inscriptive memorials relating to the finding and settlement of the New world in the eleventh century. With presentations of freshly discovered proofs, in the form of church records supplied by the Vatican of Rome, never before published / Translations and deductions by Arthur Middleton Reeves, North Ludlow Beamish, Rasmus B. Anderson ; Rasmus B. Anderson, editor in chief ; J. W. Buel, managing editor.Published 1911
Observations on the aboriginal monuments of the Mississippi valley; the character of the ancient earth-works, and the structure, contents, and purposes of the mounds; with notices of the minor remains of ancient art. With illustrations. From the second volume of the Transactions of the American ethnological society. Squier, E. G. 1821-1888.
Prehistoric implements. A reference book. A description of the ornaments, utensils, and implements of pre-Columbian man in America. By Warren K. Moorehead, assisted by Professor G. H. Perkins, Mr. A. F. Berlin [and others] 621 figures, showing 3,000 specimens.by Moorehead, Warren King, 1866-1939.
Priced catalogue of a remarkable collection of scarce and out-of-print books relating to the discovery, settlement, and history of the western hemisphere : comprising early voyages of discovery ; pre-Columbian and Columbian ; first settlement of the colonies ; French and the Indian War ; the Revolution ; Washingtoniana ; War of 1812 ; War with Mexico ; civil and political history of the United States ; rare state, county and town local histories of every state and territory ; biographies of eminent men ; an unusual collection of family histories and genealogies ; the American Indians, their antiquities, ethnology, history, wars, and languages ; Arctic voyages of discovery ; British America, Canada ; Mexico ; Central and South America and the West Indian islands.by Francis P. Harper (Firm)
Records of ancient races in the Mississippi Valley; being an account of some of the pictographs, sculptured hieroglyphs, symbolic devices, emblems and traditions of the prehistoric races of America, with some suggestions as to their origin. By Wm. McAdams. 1887
The ruins of Great Ireland in New England by William B. Goodwin; engineering and photography by Malcolm D. Pearson, black and white drawings by Professor Vincent T. Fagan.by Goodwin, William Brownell, 1866-
The Serpent mound, Adams County, Ohio. Mystery of the mound and history of the serpent. Various theories of the effigy mounds and the mound builders. By E.O. Randall.by Randall, E. O. 1850-1919.
Some aboriginal sites in Louisiana and in Arkansas: Atchafalaya River, Lake Larto, Tensas River, Bayou Maçon, Bayou D'Arbonne, in Louisiana; Saline River, in Arkansas; by Clarance B. Moore. A report on a collection of crania and bones from Sorrel Bayou, Iberville Parish, Louisiana, by Dr. A. Hrdlička ...by Moore, Clarence B. 1852-1936.
Ancient Mounds, A guide to public earthen mounds, Earthworks, cliff dwellings, pueblos, petroglyphs, caves, stone chambers, rock art, and ancient sites of North America. Ancient Mounds are found all over the world. Sites listed by state, with maps and information on artifacts unearthed at each site. Articles on Ancient People and Places. History of Prehistoric Peoples Including The Hopewell, Fort Ancient, Phoenician, Anasazi, Vikings, Welsh, Irish, and more. Learn about places to visit to see Ancient History.