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Salvage archaeology on an Indian mound in Ouachita County, Arkansas

George Emory Fay

Salvage archaeology on an Indian mound in Ouachita County, Arkansas

by George Emory Fay

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Published by Colorado State College, Museum of Anthropology in Greeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arkansas,
  • Ouachita Co.,
  • Ouachita County.
    • Subjects:
    • Mounds -- Arkansas -- Ouachita Co.,
    • Salvage archaeology -- Arkansas -- Ouachita County.,
    • Arkansas -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby George E. Fay.
      SeriesMuseum of Anthropology miscellaneous series ;, no. 3
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN4 .U53 no. 3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[12] l.
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5638559M
      LC Control Number68066817

      The oldest mound associated with the Woodland period was the mortuary mound and pond complex at the Fort Center site in Glade County, Florida. excavations and dating by Thompson and Pluckhahn show that work began around BCE, seven centuries before the mound-builders in Ohio. "A Summary of Exploratory and Salvage Archaeological Investigations at the Brick Church Pike Mound Site (40DV39), Davidson County, Tennessee". Tennessee Archaeology (Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology) 5 (1). ^ Hally, David J. (). "Chauga". In Gibbon, Guy; Kenneth M., Ames. Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America: An.

      classes in archaeology from Indiana State University. Mr. Morrison descends from a French/Indian family on his maternal side and is a member of the Wea tribe. In , he surveyed and excavated test units at the Turpin site (12Gi) in Gibson County along the . The Washita River, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, and Washita County, Oklahoma, were also named for the tribe, as well as the town of Washita, Oklahoma. According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the name comes from the French transliteration of the Caddo word washita, meaning "good hunting grounds.".

      Indian House Types of Sonora, Mexico, I: Yaqui, II: Mayo {and} An Indian House Type of Sinaloa () Salvage Archaeology On an Indian Mound in Ouachita County Arkansas () Related Creators.   Some of these artifacts I believe were found at the mound complex. Most of the mounds and sacred circles and horsehoe style type mounds are .


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Trubitt, Mary Beth and Meeks Etchieson () Plans for the Arkansas Archeological Society Training Program in the Ouachita. In the early s, Joe Saunders began to test the theory that Poverty Point was the oldest mound complex.

Saunders is regional archaeologist for the Division of Archaeology in the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism. A National Historic Landmark, one of four in the Arkansas State Park system, this park interprets the largest and most complex mound site in the state.

It also offers the rare opportunity to see archeological research at work. This site was a ceremonial ground for prehistoric Native Americans and stands today as an important and fascinating piece of history.

Boone's Mounds are a ceremonial site of the Coles Creek culture located in Calhoun County. The site, one of the largest mound sites in the Ouachita River valley and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has yielded dates of occupation as early as AD, and information found from archaeological excavation at the site shows it may still have been in use during the early contact.

Trubitt, Mary Beth A Preliminary Comparison of Two Caddo Mound Sites in Southwest Arkansas. Caddo Archeology Journal – Wolfman, Daniel Archeomagnetic Dating in Arkansas and the Border Areas of Adjacent States. In Arkansas Archeology in Review, edited by Neal L. Trubowitz and Marvin D.

Jeter, pp. – Research Series. Indian Mounds were constructed by deliberately heaping soil, rock, or other materials (such as ash, shell, and the remains of burned buildings) onto natural land surfaces. In Arkansas and elsewhere in eastern North America, Native Americans built earthen mounds for ritual or burial purposes or as the location for important structures, but mound-building ceased shortly after European contact.

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Author: Fay, George E., ; Format: Book; 9 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. A portion of the artifacts from the excavation are on loan from the Smithsonian right down the street at the Sautee Nacoochee Center. So if you’re interested in this time period or more on the story, swing by and visit them for an up close look at the history of the Nacoochee Indian Mound.

Jefferson's excavation of the Indian mound earned him the title of "Father of American Archaeology" and "first American archaeologist." 25 His systematic trenching and use of stratigraphy (i.e., stratigraphic observation) as part of his exploration of the Indian mound, "anticipates the fundamental approach and the methods of modern archaeology.

resources. Indian mounds and the archaeological deposits they contain are the only evidence we have for most of Mississippi’s human history. Each mound has a story to tell.

Careful archaeological investigations at mounds provide valuable information about how people lived in the past. Mounds provide many Native American people today with anFile Size: KB. Salvage archaeology on an Indian mound in Ouachita County, Arkansas Fay, George E., Greeley, Colorado State College, Museum of Anthropology.

e archaeology. g Indian mounds. mound culture. Gorgeous Gorges. The Aswan High Dam, miles across and feet high, was completed in to supply cheap hydroelectric power to Egypt and Sudan.Seven miles west by land of Arkansas Post, Arkansas River, Arkansas County, Ark.

—Menard Mound or as it is commonly called, Mepard Hill is one-quarter mile in a direct line from this Arkansas River to Poynters post office and ferry, and seven miles west, by land, of Arkansas Post.- The Mound Builders of Arkansas by Gary Telford In my travels throughout Woodruff County, I have often been asked about the large mounds of dirt which exist on some of the level farm land in the area.

These mounds were built by prehistoric Native Indians known as the Mound Builders.