By Calvin S. Brown,Janet Ford
This reprinting makes to be had back the single booklet of its variety to be concentrated upon the prehistoric Indians of Mississippi. even though written expressly for the layreader, it has persevered for greater than 80 years to entice a large viewers that levels from specialist archeologists and students to weekend artifact collectors.
Published initially in 1926, Archeology of Mississippi information Brown's documents gathered in the course of greater than a decade of analysis. an individual wishing to enquire archeology in Mississippi needs to commence with this booklet. As early as 1912 Brown, a professor of romance languages on the collage of Mississippi, begun taking images of Mississippi Indian mounds. His are the one photographic files of definite cultural websites that experience seeing that then been vastly altered.
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Archeology of Mississippi by Calvin S. Brown,Janet Ford