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Archaeological excavation at the Boyd Site, Tunica County, Mississippi
John M. Connaway
|Statement||by John M. Connaway and Samuel O. McGahey ; edited by Elbert Hilliard.|
|Series||Technical report ;, no. 1, Technical report (Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History) ;, no. 1.|
|Contributions||McGahey, Samuel O., Hilliard, Elbert R., Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History., United States. National Park Service. Southeast Regional Office.|
|LC Classifications||E78.M73 C63 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||87623528|
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individuals were removed from the Austin site (22Tu) in Tunica County, MS. The burials were brought to the attention of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) after the landowner discovered them during land leveling activities. Subsequently, a salvage excavation of the site was performed to prevent further damage to the. Tunica County, Mississippi David H. Dye and C. Andrew Buchner Review: Preliminary Archaeological Testing Near Mound A, Buford (22TL) Site, Tallahatchie County, Mississippi Jon L. Gibson Review Response Dale Greenwell Erratum.
The two remaining large mounds described above are owned and protected by the state of Mississippi. The Jaketown Site is located on the west side of State Hwy. 7, about four miles north of Belzoni, Mississippi. There are no on-site visitor accommodations, . Archaeology: The Oaks House Museum - Jackson, Mississippi __ "The continuing archaeological field work is uncovering the footprints of the significant outbuildings and locations of the original Boyd household’s work activities – providing an understanding of the 19th-century urbanizing processes at a middle-class house and lot." A general overview - illustrated - From theoakshousemuseum.
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A site with two in Humphreys County, Mississippi dating from roughly CE to CE, located along Mississippi Highway 7 approximately seven miles north of Belzoni. The largest platform mound at the site, Mound B, is 23 feet ( m) in height with a base of feet (46 m) by feet (61 m).
Consisting of five mounds, this site is believed to have been built between AD and AD. Mound 1, the site’s largest mound, stands at 17’ tall. Findings during a – excavation of Mound 1 revealed a ceremonial temple or elite residence once stood atop it.
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Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss, USA, Connaway, J. M., and McGahey, S. O.,Archaeological Excavation at the Boyd Site, Tunica County, Mississippi, Technical Report No.
1, Mississippi Department of Archives and. Author of The Wilsford Site (Co) Coahoma County, Mississippi, Teoc Creek, Archaeological excavation at the Boyd Site, Tunica County, Mississippi, Fishweirs, The Denton site. Most known burial mounds in Mississippi date to the Middle Woodland times (circa B.C.
to A.D.). However, the six small burial mounds at the Boyd site were built much later, during the Late Woodland and Early Mississippian periods (circa to A.D.). 5 works Search for books with subject Tunica County. Search. Tunica county -- scraps of history John W. Dulaney Oakwood Cemetery, west of Tunica, MS, on Hiway #4, Tunica County Vera Floyd Read.
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Mississippi Archaeological Association and the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Ian W Brown Brown, Ian W. Decorated Pottery of the Lower Mississippi Valley a Sorting Manual. George County, Mississippi, Public Health Death Records. () GS Ref F G64 F69 Strickland, Ben. George County, Mississippi Cemetery Records.
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Town Creek Indian Mound is a prehistoric Native American archaeological site located near present-day Mount Gilead, Montgomery County, North Carolina, in the United States.
The site, whose main features are a platform mound with a surrounding village and wooden defensive palisade, was built by the Pee Dee, a South Appalachian Mississippian culture people (a regional variation of the.
The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has published the Archaeological Reports Series since The following reports are provided in PDF format. No. 1: THE GRAND GULF MOUND: SALVAGE EXCAVATION OF AN EARLY MARKSVILLE BURIAL MOUND No.
2: ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN MISSISSIPPI, No. 3: TEOC CREEK A POVERTY POINT SITE IN CARROLL. Kentucky has burial mounds in almost every county, some more prominent then others. Many have been destroyed over the years due to residential development.
If you know of any unusual archaeological discoveries in the Bluegrass State, please comment.Special-interest groups and genealogical societies nationwide are publishing key guides, new bibliographies, and important how-to books. Before delving into published sources, however, it is always important to pause long enough to organize one’s own personal papers .