West Virginia Archaic complex artifacts. E. W. Fetzer collection from Half Moon site (46-Br-29) -- 3 unfinished crescent bannerstones, hematite plummet, hematite sphere, grooved atlatl wt., pebble bannerstone.
1 perforated disc, 2 pendants (crescentic), 3 crescent knives. Haltiner Site A-1, North Bank Thunder River, 1 mile from Lake Huron. Note: Vanderwal Records indicate doubtful provenience for these, but most from Alpena area.
Hano: A Tewa Pueblo Indian Village at Hopi Mesas, Arizona, ca. 1895. This picture clearly shows how houses and roofs are constructed. First the new walls are built to the level of the ceiling with rock or adobe held together with mud mortar. Then ceiling beams (vigas) are placed on the tops of the walls to support the roof. These beams are covered with sticks and brush and finally a thick layer of mud. The roof is given a gentle slope and spouts