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Full Record: x-16074/16074

Louisiana; Marksville Works, vessel from Mound 4.

1933

35mm slide: 10602

16074

Full Record: x-16075/16075

Louisiana; Marksville Works, vessel from Mound 4.

35mm slide: 10603

16075

Full Record: x-16076/16076

Harness Mound site (Liberty Works), jug. Peabody Museum, Harvard University, #35121

35mm slide: 10604

16076

Full Record: x-16079/16079

Monolithic axe.

35mm slide: 10607

16079

Full Record: x-1608/1608

Hopewell vessel.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 341

1608

Full Record: x-16080/16080

Ballground, Georgia, close up of monolithic axe in slide #10607.

35mm slide: 10608

16080

Full Record: x-16081/16081

Missouri (probably New Madrid County), 4 1/2" dia. shell gorget.

35mm slide: 10610

16081

Full Record: x-16082/16082

Southeast Missouri, shell gorget with a human design.

35mm slide: 10611

16082

Full Record: x-16084/16084

Issaquena County, Mississippi; Lower Mississippian, 8 1/2 dia. sandstone disc.

35mm slide: 10613

16084

Full Record: x-16085/16085

Craighead County, Arkansas; 2" x 2" limestone head.

35mm slide: 10614

16085

Full Record: x-16086/16086

Wilson County, Tennessee; Temple Mound, human effigy.

35mm slide: 10615

16086

Full Record: x-16087/16087

Sumner County, Tennessee; 3 7/8" dia. shell gorget. Engraved white shell disks were worn by various prehistoric southeastern peoples as pendants, and many have been discovered on the chests of buried skeletons. Mexican influence is very evident on this gorget. It is particularly apparent in the resemblance between the profiles on this gorget in those drawn in ancient Mexican manuscripts. Excavated in 1890 by W. E. Myer from the Castalian Springs M

35mm slide: 10616

16087

Full Record: x-16088/16088

Olduvai Gorge, Olduvai IX.

35mm slide: 10225

16088

Full Record: x-16089/16089

Olduvai Gorge, Olduvai XI.

35mm slide: 10230

16089

Full Record: x-1609/1609

decorated slate gorget and effigy boat stone.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 342

1609

Full Record: x-16090/16090

Sumner County, Tennessee: 3 3/8" diameter engraved shell gorget. Designs engraved on the shell gorgets, or breast ornaments, of Tennessee and neighboring states are limited to certain subjects. These are the scrolled squares set with head of ivory-billed woodpeckers illustrated here, other birds, spiders, rattlesnakes, scallop circles, human faces, and figures of a very Mexican character. Both sexes wore these white ornaments, possibly as symbols

35mm slide: 10617

16090

Full Record: x-16091/16091

Le Flore County, Oklahoma; Temple Mound, lower Mississippi, 5" diameter engraved shell gorget.

35mm slide: 10618

16091

Full Record: x-16092/16092

Glacial map of the United States East of the Rockies.

1965

35mm slide: 10620

16092

Full Record: x-16093/16093

St. Mary's, Missouri, shell gorget

35mm slide: 10621

16093

Full Record: x-16094/16094

Etowah, Georgia; dancing figure on copper plate.

35mm slide: 10622

16094

Full Record: x-16095/16095

Fulton County, Illinois; Sister Creeks Mound Group, ground plan F degree 54.

35mm slide: 10623

16095

Full Record: x-16096/16096

Map showing distribution of masks.

35mm slide: 10624

16096

Full Record: x-16097/16097

The Prairie Peninsula. Botanical Zones

35mm slide: 10625

16097

Full Record: x-16098/16098

Ross County, Ohio; Hopewell Mound Group, Mound #25 in plan.

35mm slide: 10626

16098

Full Record: x-16099/16099

Ross County, Ohio; Seip Mounds, floor plan of Mound #1.

35mm slide: 10627

16099

Full Record: x-161/161

Indian couple at Cochiti Pueblo, ca. 1900. The woman wears a woolen manta, a woven belt, a shawl, and buckskin puttee moccasins. The man wears a cotton shirt, fringed leather pants, and a machine-made woolen blanket over his shoulder. Their silver jewelry was made by Navajo Indians and obtained by trade or barter. The family's blankets and extra clothing are draped over a pole suspended from the ceiling of their house.

c. 1900

35mm slide: 18213

161

Full Record: x-1610/1610

copper reels.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 343

1610

Full Record: x-16100/16100

Missouri (Big Mound), copper mask (drawing and original).

35mm slide: 10628

16100

Full Record: x-16101/16101

Distribution of Havana tradition sites.

35mm slide: 10629

16101

Full Record: x-16102/16102

Figurines and pan pipes from Veracruz, Crystal River and Hopewell in Ohio and Illinois.

35mm slide: 10630

16102

Full Record: x-16103/16103

Meigs County, Tennessee, profiles through sub-structure Unit 37.

35mm slide: 10631

16103

Full Record: x-16104/16104

Meigs County, Tennessee, Level E1, Unit 37.

35mm slide: 10632

16104

Full Record: x-16105/16105

Meigs County, Tennessee, front view of Level E-1, Unit 37.

35mm slide: 10633

16105

Full Record: x-16106/16106

Map showing average number of days without a killing frost.

35mm slide: 10634

16106

Full Record: x-16107/16107

Map of the distribution of the great soil groups.

35mm slide: 10635

16107

Full Record: x-16108/16108

Map of soil types in the central Midwest, S 1/2.

35mm slide: 10636

16108

Full Record: x-16109/16109

Map showing the natural vegetation.

35mm slide: 10637

16109

Full Record: x-16110/16110

Map of the soil types in the central Midwest, N 1/2.

35mm slide: 10638

16110

Kent County, Michigan; Norton Mounds, central burial pit. UMMA expedition.

1964

35mm slide: 10642

16113

Kent County, Michigan; Norton Mounds, Mound "M", central burial pit. UMMA expedition.

1964

35mm slide: 10643

16114

Kent County, Michigan; Norton Mounds, Mound "M", close-up of central burial pit. UMMA expedition.

1964

35mm slide: 10644

16115

Kent County, Michigan; Norton Mounds, Mound "M", close-up of central burial pit. UMMA expedition.

1964

35mm slide: 10645

16116

Kent County, Michigan; Norton Mounds, Mound "M", close-up of central burial pit. UMMA expedition.

1964

35mm slide: 10646

16117

Full Record: x-16118/16118

Potential natural vegetation, Great Lakes area.

1964

35mm slide: 10647

16118

Full Record: x-16119/16119

Potential natural vegetation, west Texas and New Mexico.

1964

35mm slide: 10648

16119

Full Record: x-1612/1612

This pipe in effigy (a likeness or representation) of a hawk was excavated from Tremper Mound, a Hopewell culture site located five miles north of Portsmouth in Rush Township, Scioto County. The Hopewell People created the pipe in 0100-0200 AD. The Hawk is represented standing with it's head cocked. The eyes are inlaid with pearl and the feather pattern is carved in detail. This object is held in the Ohio Historical Society Archeology Collection.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 345

1612

Full Record: x-16120/16120

Distribution of precipitation in the Pecos River.

1964

35mm slide: 10649

16120

Full Record: x-1613/1613

This pipe in effigy (a likeness or representation) of a hawk or eagle was excavated from Tremper Mound, a Hopewell culture site located five miles north of Portsmouth in Rush Township, Scioto County. The Hopewell People created the pipe in 0100-0200 AD. The hawk or eagle is represented standing. The pattern of the bird's feathers is indicated and the pipe is carved from coral limestone. This object is held in the Ohio Historical Society Archeology Col

c. 1948

35mm slide: 346

1613

Full Record: x-16133/16133

Various sites in Michigan. Middle Woodland

1965

35mm slide: 10665

16133

Full Record: x-16135/16135

Saginaw County, Michigan; map of Schultz site (20-SA-2).

35mm slide: 10667

16135