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Full Record: x-16046/16046

Missouri, Renner Village, chipped artifacts.

35mm slide: 10567

16046

Full Record: x-16047/16047

Missouri, Renner Village, chisel-like forms and a blade.

35mm slide: 10568

16047

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Missouri, Renner Village, miscellaneous chipped artifacts.

35mm slide: 10569

16048

Full Record: x-16049/16049

Missouri, Renner Village, groundstone objects and abraders.

35mm slide: 10570

16049

Full Record: x-1605/1605

copper breastplate - eagle head motif - Mound City grave.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 338

1605

Full Record: x-16050/16050

Missouri, Babcock Mounds, pottery vessels: A = Mound A; B and C = Mound B.

35mm slide: 10571

16050

Full Record: x-16051/16051

Missouri; vessel from Renner Mound, gorget and blade from ridge west of Renner Village.

1943

35mm slide: 10572

16051

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Lapeer County, Michigan; Northwest, Northeast section, Deerfield Township artifacts (second from left: #2011). Mary Robison Collection, UMMA.

1965

35mm slide: 10574

16052

Full Record: x-16053/16053

A map of Ohio Hopewell sites. Southern Ohio is the locale of the most abundant and richest Hopewell sites. The majority are found along the Miami, Scioto, and Muskingum rivers and range in date from 100 BC to 550 AD. After that no more lowland centers were built; instead hilltops were fortified (colored dots locate three major examples). The McGraw site was excavated by the author (Olaf H. Prufer).

35mm slide: 10575

16053

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Beveled adze and also a ridged adze (both from Southeast Michigan).

1965

35mm slide: 10576

16054

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Schmidt site (20-SA-192), projectile points.

1965

35mm slide: 10578

16055

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Schmidt site (20-SA-192), later archaic points.

1965

35mm slide: 10580

16056

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Schmidt site (20-SA-192), artifacts from lower level.

1965

35mm slide: 10581

16057

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Schmidt site (20-SA-192), artifacts.

1965

35mm slide: 10582

16058

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Schmidt and Kinney sites, quartzite adzes.

1965

35mm slide: 10583

16059

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copper parrot effigy.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 339

1606

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Dewey County, South Dakota, Stelzer site (39-DW-242), Woodland sherds. Missouri River Basin Survey.

Mar. 1965

35mm slide: 10588

16060

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Dewey County, South Dakota, Stelzer site (39-DW-242), Woodland sherd. Missouri River Basin Survey.

35mm slide: 10589

16061

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Dewey County, South Dakota, Calamity Village (39-DW-231), Late Woodland sherds. Missouri River Basin Survey.

35mm slide: 10590

16062

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Dewey County, South Dakota, Grover Hand (39-DW-240), Late Woodland sherds. Missouri River Basin Survey.

Mar. 1965

35mm slide: 10591

16063

Full Record: x-16064/16064

Lyman County, South Dakota, Good Soldier (39-LM-238), Late Woodland sherds. Missouri River Basin Survey.

Mar. 1965

35mm slide: 10592

16064

Full Record: x-16065/16065

Lyman County, South Dakota, 39 LM 81, Late Woodland unique sherds. Missouri River Basin Survey.

Mar. 1963

35mm slide: 10593

16065

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Stanley County, South Dakota, Over’s La Roche Village (39-ST-9), lowest level, La Roche sherds. Missouri River Basin Survey.

Mar. 1965

35mm slide: 10594

16066

Full Record: x-16067/16067

Brule County, South Dakota, Hampden's Ranch Village (39-BR-1), Late Woodland sherds. Missouri River Basin Project.

Mar. 1965

35mm slide: 10595

16067

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Norton Mounds (20-KT-1), MDS drawing of a bear claw pot.

1965

35mm slide: 10596

16068

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Various Michigan sites drawings of John Halsey's turtle shells.

35mm slide: 10597

16069

Full Record: x-1607/1607

copper horn of mountain goat - Mound City grave.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 340

1607

Full Record: x-16070/16070

Various Middle Woodland sites in Illinois.

1965

35mm slide: 10598

16070

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Louisiana; Marksville Works, Mound 8, Hopewell vessel.

1965

35mm slide: 10599

16071

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Louisiana; Marksville Works, (Left: Mound 8, Right: Mound 4) bowls.

35mm slide: 10600

16072

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Louisiana; Marksville Works, bowl from Mound 4.

35mm slide: 10601

16073

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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-16077/16077

Holmes County, Mississippi; Peaster Pl., Mound D vessel.

35mm slide: 10605

16077

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Sharkey County, Mississippi, Anderson Landing vessel.

35mm slide: 10606

16078

Full Record: x-16079/16079

Monolithic axe.

35mm slide: 10607

16079

Full Record: x-1608/1608

Hopewell vessel.

c. 1948

35mm slide: 341

1608

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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

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Southeast Missouri, shell gorget with a human design.

35mm slide: 10611

16082

Full Record: x-16083/16083

Southeast Missouri, shell gorget with a human figure engraved on it.

35mm slide: 10612

16083

Full Record: x-16084/16084

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

35mm slide: 10613

16084

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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

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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