2 edition of Mt. Horeb earthworks, site 1, and the Drake mound, site 11, Fayette County, Kentucky found in the catalog.
Mt. Horeb earthworks, site 1, and the Drake mound, site 11, Fayette County, Kentucky
William Snyder Webb
|Statement||by Wm. S. Webb. With notes on textiles by Henry A. Carey, and physical anthropology by Charles E. Snow.|
|Series||The University of Kentucky. Reports in anthropology and archaeology,, vol. 5, no. 2, Publications of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Kentucky ..., Vol. 5, no. 2|
|Contributions||Carey, Henry Ames, 1895-, Snow, Charles E. 1910-|
|LC Classifications||F446 .K57 vol. 5, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., -218 p.|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||a 42001537|
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The Mount Horeb Earthworks Complex is an Adena culture group of earthworks in Fayette County, consists of two major components, the Kentucky book Horeb Site 1 and the Peter Village enclosure, and several smaller features including the Grimes Village site, Tarleton Mound, and Fisher Mound.
The Peter Village and Grimes Site 11 enclosures were mapped by Rafinesque and featured in Squier and Coordinates: 38°9′32″N 84°27′56″W /. Get this from a library.
Horeb earthworks, site 1 1, and the Drake mound, s Fayette County, Kentucky. [William S Webb; Henry Ames Carey; Charles E Snow]. Horeb earthworks, site 1, and the Drake mound, s Fayette County, Kentucky, (The University of Kentucky, Reports in anthropology and archaeology, Volume V, No.2) [William Snyder Webb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Horeb Earthworks, Site 1 and the Drake Mound, S Fayette County, Kentucky. William S. Webb. Reports in Archaeology and Anthropology, Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky. To authorize the transfer of certain lands in Fayette County, Ky., to United States.
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Horeb earthworks, site 1, and the Drake mound, s Fayette County, Kentucky by William Snyder Webb 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. horeb earthworks, site 1, and the drake mound, s fayette county, kentucky, (the university of kentucky, reports in anthropology and archaeology, volume v, no.2) Webb, William Snyder Published by University of Kentucky ().
Thought to mean Glowing/Heat, Mount Horeb is one of two names given to a mountain mentioned in the book of Deuteronomy in the Hebrew Bible as a site where the.
The Riley mound, site Be and the Landing mound, site Be 17, Boone county, Kentucky, with additional notes on the Mt. Horeb site, Fa 1 and sites Fa 14 and Fa 15, Fayette county () Webb, William S. ; Snow, Charles E. ; Griffin, James B. The Wisconsin Blue Book lists Blue Mound (no "s") in in Dane County, Blue Mounds in and again in to the present.
West Blue Mounds is in Dane County in (coinciding with Blue Mound which is east of the village at the corner of the Old Hwy 18/ and Hwy 78 S at the corner of sect 11 15 and noted as.
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Sand Gravel in Mount Horeb on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Sand & Gravel in Mount Horeb, WI. Connellsville [Fayette County] lies 10 miles [ km] to the northeast of County Home Cemetery; Jump to Google Maps centered on Connellsville; Dawson [Fayette County] Note: The GPS coordinates that we are using for Dawson have been provided by the GNIS.
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The Twin Mounds Site is a Mississippian culture archaeological site located near Barlow in Ballard County, 5/5(19).Martha Fort was one of the largest land owners in Fayette County Prior to Reconstruction, Fayette County’s western boundary went to the Mississippi/Alabama line and encompassed what is now most of Lamar County.
Records show that in the year Elias B. Fort purchased acres of land in Fayette County which abutted Mississippi.