Prehistoric Flexed Burial of a Female: A young adult, approximately 18 years of age, tightly flexed on the left side and stomach with both hands before the face. The skeleton heads to the west and faces the north. Approximate age is from 1200 to 1400.
Prehistoric Flexed Burial of a Male: A middle aged adult, very tightly flexed on the left side, with both hands before the face, and the left hand clenched with the right hand open palm upward. The skeleton heads southwest and faces west. Approximate a
Prehistoric Burial of a Man and Dog: A young adult tightly flexed on the left side, with hands clasped just below the chin and ten triangular flint arrow points at the feet. The skeleton heads to the east and faces the south. Before the face, lying up
Prehistoric Burial Indicating Indian Removal: This slide shows the original burial of an adult that had been removed for reburial elsewhere. The entire skeleton had been carefully removed except for the bones of one hand resting on an upper arm bone and
Prehistoric Mass Burial: A rectangular shaped trench containing two articulated flexed skeletons on the bottom and thirteen disarticulated skeletons overlying them. All skeletons are those of adults. Approximate age is from 1200 to 1400.
A Child's Burial: The burial of a child 4 to 5 years of age, tightly flexed on the right side, with hands next to the chin and two pottery jars by the child's knees. The skeleton heads to the west and faces the south. Approximate age is early historic.
Old Man: This is the burial of a senile adult, loosely flexed on its right side, head to the north, face to the south, with both hands before the face. A cache of artifacts is between the knees and face. Approximate age is early historic.
Multiple Burial: A large burial containing two adolescents about 16 to 18 years of age. Both lay on the left sides, heads to the west, and faces to the east, with the hands before the faces. A scattering of artifacts lay between the heads and feet. Ap
Young Man: A deep burial of a young adult, tightly flexed on the right side, head to the northwest and face to the southwest. Both hands are before the face. A pottery pipe and iron tools are placed by the shoulder, a musket ball is between the ribs, a
Man with Musket: A young adult is buried in a loosely flexed position on the left side. A large brass kettle is before the face; a flintlock musket bent in a horse shoe shape lay directly on top of him. Approximate age is middle historic.
Young Adult Female: This is the semi-flexed and extended burial of a young adult, which lay on the back, head to the west, face to the east, hands on the stomach and chest, and legs flexed to the left. A brass kettle is by the left shoulder and earrings
Close Up of Catlinite Earring: A close up of a catlinite earring shown in slide #14982. The earring is made of both ground glass beads and tubular catlinite beads arranged in two parallel vertical rows. Approximate age is middle historic.
Female with Rattle: An adult female lay flexed on the right side, head to the west, face to the southeast, with hands before the face and the forehead. A notched rim pottery jar is crushed behind the head and a turtle shell rattle is near the heels. Ap
Adolescent Female: A young adolescent about 16 years of age lay on the back, legs flexed to the right, with hands bent back on the chest and by the face. A necklace of long tubular red and blue glass beads is about the neck. Earrings of tubular red and
Bundle Burial: This is the secondary bundle burial of an adult male with the skull resting on top of the bundle of bones and associated artifacts. This indicates that burial artifacts were often reinterred or added for reburial. Approximate age is midd
Female with Comb: An adolescent, about 15 years of age, lay tightly flexed on the back and left side, head to the west, and face to the east. The left hand is on the right femur, the right hand is on the chest by the chin. Behind the hips is an effigy
Adult Female: An adult lay flexed on the left side, head to the west, face to the north, with the hands before the chest. A brass kettle is tipped over between the knees and the face. Between the kettle and the face is an iron hoe and an iron axe. App
Adult Male: An adult lay extended on the back, head to the south, face to the northeast, left hand on the pelvis, right hand by the forehead, with the feet close together. A brass kettle is beside the feet and an iron axe by the knees. Approximate age
"BA NA DI Burial Site: included pots with traces of the foods, usually rice or fish, they once contained and in many instances the severed left foreleg of an ox. The prominence of the buried individual is indicated by the bronze bracelet on the forearm."