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Crania from the mounds of the St. John"s River

by Harrison Allen

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Published by Academy of natural sciences in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Skull -- North America,
  • Mounds -- Florida

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p.l., [367]-448 p.
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14002329M
    LC Control Number03026282

    Crania from the mounds of the St. John's River, (Philadelphia, Academy of natural sciences, ), by Harrison Allen (page images at HathiTrust) Explorations in Ohio. Conducted for the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, in connection with Harvard University. ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER AERIALS OF THE ST JOHNS RIVER NORTH & SOUTH OF ASTOR. The St. John's River is one of only 14 rivers in the U.S. to be designated as an American Heritage River for its extraordinary ecological values as well as its rich and extended human history. From the book, "River of Lakes: A Journey on Florida's St. Johns River".

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wyman, Jeffries, Fresh-water shell mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. Salem, Mass.: Peabody Academy of. Crania from the Mounds of the St. Johns River, Florida: a Study Made With Crania From Other Parts of North America ().

    In the father and son naturalists John and William Bartram first explored the natural wonders of the St. Johns River Valley in Florida. Traversing a landscape virtually unknown at the time, one that was subtropical in many ways and then a British territory, they collected plants and made extensive observations of local animal life, geography, ecology, and native cultures of this. Bartram examined dozens of mounds, such as the Ocmulgee group opposite the present city of Macon, Georgia, and Mount Royal on the St. Johns River in Florida. It seemed Io him likely that some of the mounds were the work of the Creek and Cherokee Indians who still occupied the regions, and that others, the grandest, had been constructed by.


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Crania from the mounds of the St. John"s River by Harrison Allen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Crania from the mounds of the St. John's river, Florida: a study made in connection with crania from other parts of North America.

Crania from the Mounds of the St. Johns River, Florida: a Study Made With Crania From Other Parts of North America. Allen.

Journal,1. US: Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences. (tDAR id: ). Fresh-water Shell Mounds Of The St. John's River, Florida Paperback – October 9, by Jeffries Wyman (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jeffries Wyman Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.

Are you an author. 4/5(1). Additional Mounds Of Duval And Of Clay Counties, Florida: Mound Investigation On The East Coast Of Florida. Certain Florida Coast Mounds North Of The St. Johns River [Clarence Bloomfield Moore] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections /> such as missing or. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moore, Clarence B.

(Clarence Bloomfield), Certain sand mounds of the St. John's river Florida. Book Description: Large accumulations of ancient shells on coastlines and riverbanks were long considered the result of garbage disposal during repeated food gatherings by early inhabitants of the southeastern United States.

In this volume, Asa R. Randall presents the first new theoretical framework for examining such middens since Ripley Bullen's seminal work sixty years ago. Mound investigation on the east coast of Florida --Certain Florida coast mounds north of the St.

Johns River. Series Title: Indian notes and monographs (New York, N.Y.: ), no. Other Titles: Mound investigation on the east coast of Florida Certain Florida coast mounds north of the St. Johns River: Responsibility: by Clarence B. Moore, Full text of "Additional mounds of Duval and of Clay counties, Florida: mound investigation on the east coast of n Florida coast mounds north of the St.

Johns River" See other formats 1 II,o. 26 ' INDIAN NOTES IMAIREF AND MONOGRAPHS Edited by F. Hodge A SERIES OF PUBLICA- TIONS RELATING TO THE AMERICAN ABORIGINES ADDITIONAL MOUNDS OF DUVAL AND OF.

Sites along the St. Johns River (source: Florida Master Site File ) According to the Florida Master Site File, over 1, archaeological sites have been identified along the mile river, and that doesn’t account for unreported sites.

InArchaeologist Clarence Bloomfield Moore (C.B. Moore) discovered a sand mound in the vicinity of De Leon Springs, now a popular Florida State Park in western Volusia County.

In the late s, Moore sailed up the St Johns River locating and excavating a number of Indian mounds along the river. Mount Royal is located three miles south of Welaka, Florida in a subdivision near the Mount Royal Airpark, off County Road on the eastern bank of the St.

Johns River. Please remember as you visit Mount Royal that the mound is the final resting place for many of the Timucua and that the site it considered a sacred space. Exploring near the St. Johns River I saw this Native American Indian Mound.

It is a shell midden mound I am sure that it was much larger at one time. As to copper from the mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. Reprinted from pt. II "Certain sand mounds of the St. John's River, Florida." by Moore, Clarence B.

(Clarence Bloomfield), ; Saville, Marshall H. (Marshall Howard), fmo; Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. fmo; Huntington Free Library. fmo. “A sophisticated application of landscape thought to a recently crafted archaeological record of the St. Johns River.”— Cheryl Claassen, author of Feasting with Shellfish in the Southern Ohio Valley: Archaic Sacred Sites and Rituals “Changes the way archaeologists conceptualize the dynamic relationships between hunter-gatherers and cultural landscapes in Native North s: 1.

From "Certain Sand Mounds of the St. Johns River, Florida" by Clarence B. Moore, and Published for the Harvard College Library.

" It is probable that certain mounds were used as look-out stations, and possibly all in later times served for domiciliary purposes. The great mound at Tick Island, has an altitude of over 17ft, while the.

The St. Johns River (Spanish: Río San Juan) is the longest river in the U.S. state of Florida and its most significant one for commercial and recreational use. At miles ( km) long, it flows north and winds through or borders twelve counties.

The drop in elevation from headwaters to mouth is less than 30 feet (9 m); like most Florida waterways, the St. Johns has a very low flow rate Interactive map of St. Johns River that includes Marina Locations, Boat Ramps. Access other maps for various points of interests and businesses.

As to Copper from the Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. Reprinted from Pt. II Certain Sand Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. [, Moore Clarence B.

(Clarence] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As to Copper from the Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. Reprinted from : Moore Clarence B. (Clarence SAA Archaeological Record: Poverty Point & the Archaeology of Singularity; Shell Mounds of St.

Johns River, FL; Shell Rings in the Southeast U.S.; Middle Fraser Canyon of B.C. [Andrew Duff, Tobi Brimsek, Terry Powis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. SAA Archaeological Record: Poverty Point & the Archaeology of Singularity; Shell Mounds of St.

Johns RiverAuthor: Andrew Duff, Tobi Brimsek, Terry Powis. Fresh water shell mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. New York, Published by AMS Press for Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge, (OCoLC).

“John Bartram’s Travels on the St. Johns River, ” Journal of John Bartram. In the winter of a sixty-six year old Quaker from Pennsylvania named John Bartram, accompanied by his son William Bartram, traveled in a dugout canoe to explore East Florida's most important waterway, the St.

Johns River. Exploring in the woods near the St. Johns River I saw this old Native American Indian Mound. The Timucua Indians lived and hunted in these areas for nearly a .Full text of "Some aboriginal sites in Louisiana and in Arkansas: Atchafalaya River, Lake Larto, Tensas River, Bayou Maçon, Bayou D'Arbonne, in Louisiana; Saline River, in Arkansas;" See other formats.