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The burial complexes of the Knight and Norton mounds in Illinois and Michigan

James Bennett Griffin

The burial complexes of the Knight and Norton mounds in Illinois and Michigan

by James Bennett Griffin

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Published in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois.,
  • Michigan.
    • Subjects:
    • Mounds -- Illinois,
    • Mounds -- Michigan,
    • Indians of North America -- Funeral customs and rites

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 191-198.

      Statementby James B. Griffin, Richard E. Flanders [and] Paul F. Titterington.
      SeriesMemoirs of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, no. 2, Memoirs of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan ;, no. 2.
      ContributionsFlanders, Richard E., joint author., Titterington, Paul Francis, 1895-1969, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN2 .M52 no. 2, E78.I3 .M52 no. 2
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 198 p.
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5740992M
      LC Control Number70634161

      Browse all cemeteries in Brown County, IL. Explore tombstones and graves in Brown County, IL. MOUNDS, ILLINOIS HISTORY. MOUNDS PHOTOS. Charter was issued in for Mounds. William Biggerstaff was the first mayor. The first telephone at Mounds was in the Woods Drug Store. The first church building was a Union Church and is now the Library and community center.

      Search Illinois Death Records Illinois Newspapers, Full Search (), titles Illinois Obituary Search, (current) Illinois Funeral Notices. Beechwood Cemetery Mound, Pulaski County, Illinois. This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 1. Griffin, James B., Richard E. Flanders, and Paul F. Titterington, , The Burial Complexes of the Knight and Norton Mounds in Illinois and Michigan, Memoirs of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Google ScholarCited by:

      Burial Complexes of the Knight and Norton Mounds in Illinois and Michigan, James Bennett Griffin, Richard E. Flanders, Paul Francis Titterington, , History, pages download Legislative scrutiny Equality Bill, twenty-sixth report of . Mound 72 Cahokia Mo Cahokia Mounds State Historical Site, Collinsville, Illinois. East Mound Park East Mound Park, Decatur, Illinois. Dickson .


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In a University of Michigan professor, Dr W.B. Hinsdale, surveyed the lower peninsula and listed Michigan mounds by county. Seven counties had more than 20 mounds. Illinois Description Proposed phase alignment for Middle Woodland complexes in the Illinois Valley.

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1, p. The Burial Complexes of the Knight and Norton Mounds in Illinois and Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, The Norton Mounds are in Kent County, Michigan.

Griffin, James B. Editor. Lake Superior Copper and the Indians: Miscellaneous Studies of Great Lakes Prehistory. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, Dickson Mounds is a Native American settlement site and burial mound complex near Lewistown, is located in Fulton County on a low bluff overlooking the Illinois is a large burial complex containing at least two cemeteries, ten superimposed burial mounds, and a platform Dickson Mounds site was founded by CE and was in use until after es: Middle Mississippian culture.

Battlefields and Burial Ground: The Indian Struggle to Protect Ancestoral Graves in the United States (Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publications, ). Griffin, James Bennett. The Burial Complexes of the Knight and Norton Mounds in Illinois and Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, ).

Gulliford, Andrew. This is a list of notable burial mounds in the United States built by Native Americans. Burial mounds were built by many different cultural groups over a span of many thousands of years, beginning in the Late Archaic period and continuing through the Woodland period up to the time of European contact.

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According to the census, Mounds has a total area of square miles ( km 2 County: Pulaski. Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sci- ences Tokyo/Kyoto: Science Council of Japan. With R. Flanders and P. Titterington.

The Burial Complexes of the Knight and Norton Mounds in Illinois and Michigan. Memoir No. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. One of the most distinct aspects of native North American culture is the presence of mounds. Most of these earthworks were constructed by Native Americans of the Mississippian culture and have been around for over years.

The Burial mounds are listed on the Bible Timeline with World History around mounds are scattered around Illinois. Photographs of the two Snyder figurines were used by Dr.

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