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Mound-builders gathering their crops of maize and squash. Hand-colored photogravure illustration
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Moundbuilders' village, a reconstruction from the 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2D-00293
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
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Mound and part of village palisade at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
NATI2D-00288
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Bear Creek Mound, a ceremonial platform built between 1200-1400 AD along the ancient Natchez Trace in northeastern Mississippi
NATI2D-00298
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00297
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00287
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Saul's Mound, 72 feet high, one of the Pinson Mounds, the largest Middle Woodland (c.1-50 A.D.) mound group in the U.S., Tennessee
NATI2D-00286
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Saul's Mound, 72 feet high, one of the Pinson Mounds, the largest Middle Woodland (c.1-50 A.D.) mound group in the U.S., Tennessee
NATI2D-00290
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Bynum Mounds, built between 100 BC and 200 AD along the ancient Natchez Trace pathway, Mississippi
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Aztalan, a Middle Mississippian Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin--mound and part of village palisade (reconstructed). Photograph
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Mound and part of village stockade at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
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Grave Creek Mound, the largest mound remaining of the Adena Culture, West Virginia. Photograph
NATI2P-01057
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Mound and part of village palisade at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
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Mound at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
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Burial mound (foreground) and a high platform mound of the Plum Bayou people, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
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Burial mound (left) and a high platform mound of the Plum Bayou people, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00294
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00292
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Pharr Mounds, a 90-acre complex dated from 1 AD to 200 AD along the ancient Natchez Trace pathway, Mississippi
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One of the Bynum Mounds, built between 100 BC and 200 AD along the ancient Natchez Trace pathway, Mississippi
NATI2D-00289
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Bear Creek Mound informational marker along the ancient Natchez Trace in northeastern Mississippi
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Saul's Mound, 72 feet high, one of the Pinson Mounds, the largest Middle Woodland (c.1-50 A.D.) mound group in the U.S., Tennessee
NATI2D-00279
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Low platform mound in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
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Elevated corn crib in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
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Elevated corn crib in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
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Thatched dwelling in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
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Thatched dwellings in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
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Elevated corn crib in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
NATI2P-01659
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Wooden mortar and pestle, Chucalissa Native American village, Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph
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Native Americans bow-hunting deer by moonlight. Photogravure
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Mound-builders gathering their crops of maize and squash. Photogravure illustration
 

   

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