Measurements of some prehistoric design developments in the Southeastern States by James Alfred Ford Book 4 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Poverty Point, a late archaic site in Louisiana by James Alfred Ford Book 7 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
A comparison of formative cultures in the Americas : diffusion or the psychic unity of man by James Alfred Ford Book 13 editions published in in English and held by 61 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
A quantitative method for deriving cultural chronology : revised version of working paper prepared for the Teaching Seminar in the Methods of Establishing Chronological Sequences of Pre-Columbian Cultures in the Americas, Barranquilla, Columbia, June 25 - July 6, by James Alfred Ford 3 editions published between and in English and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Audience Level. Related Identities. Associated Subjects. Ford, J. It is located at mile The site has an extant burial mound, and may have possibly had two others in the past.
The site is believed to have been occupied from 50 to CE. Copper objects, Marksville culture ceramics and a stone platform pipe were found in excavations at the site. The site is believed to be the only site in the Natchez Bluffs region to have been actively involved in the Hopewell Interaction Sphere. It is one of four mounds in the area believed to date to the Early Marksville period, the other three being the Marskville Mound 4 and Crooks Mounds A and B, all located in nearby Louisiana.
Unlike some other Hopewell sites, such as the Tremper Mound in Scioto County, Ohio, the site showed no evidence of a mortuary or communal structure previous to the construction of the mound. The beginning stage is believed to have been a rectangular earthen platform. After a period of use, this platform was covered with a mantle of earth 5. During a third stage another mantle of earth was added to the mound, bringing it to a height of 10 feet 3.
The site was first excavated by amateur archaeologists in the s. More examples of Mississippian stone statuary have been found at the site than any other in the Middle Tennessee area.
The site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in It was excavated in the late nineteenth century by Frederic Ward Putnam. During excavations in the early s the site produced a unique cache of ceramic figurines very similar in style to Mississippian stone statuary which are now on display at the Frank H.
McClung Museum. Flowery Mound is an archaeological site in Tensas Parish, Louisiana with components from the Late Coles Creek and Plaquemine-Mississippian culture which dates from approximately — Pocahontas Mound A.
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National Register of Historic Places. Pocahontas Mound B. A platform mound is any earthwork or mound intended to support a structure or activity. Retrieved Cobb Institute of Archaeology. National Park Service.
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