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by Bonnie Shemie

eBook Mounds of Earth  Shell (Native Sites, the Southeast Series) ePub
Author: Bonnie Shemie
Language: English
ISBN: 0606088261
ISBN13: 978-0606088268
Publisher: Demco Media (January 1, 1993)
Category: Geography & Cultures
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 431
Formats: mbr doc mobi lit
ePub file: 1809 kb
Fb2 file: 1696 kb

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Mounds of Earth and S. .The history of North Americans before the Europeans is found in the thousands of mounds they built as sacred sites from Florida north to Canada and from the Atlantic to the Midwest.

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The Native Dwelling Series: Shemie has succeeded once again in creating an authoritative and intriguing non-fiction book that explores the lives of people through the homes they have buil. he result is a rich and aesthetic reading experience for young readers. From the Inside Flap. Much of what we know of life among the inhabitants of North America before the arrival of Europeans comes from mounds in the southeastern . However, there is much debate among scholars about the findings.

One is found in southeast Missouri and the other in Spiro Mounds in.The Cross in Circle Motif is prevalent in most Native American religions.

One is found in southeast Missouri and the other in Spiro Mounds in Oklahoma The . was first defined in 1945 by the archaeologists Antonio Waring and Preston Holder as a series of four lists of traits, which they categorized as the Southeastern (centered) Ceremonial Complex. It has solar connotations and usually symbolizes the sacred fire that exists in the Middle World.

Learn of the vast censorship of information of the Mound Builders, their connection to Hollow . The amount of censored ancient archeological sites in North America is quite simply staggering in volume. Serpent Mound of Ohio

Learn of the vast censorship of information of the Mound Builders, their connection to Hollow Earth and how this ancient race of giants were not only our ancestors but our teachers as well. There are literally thousands of newspaper articles from early American History that show that an ancient race of giants lived and thrived in America long before and during the Native Americans existence on this continent. Serpent Mound of Ohio. Many of the effigy mounds resemble animals and are built on the Ley lines of the Earth.

Craig Mound – also called "The Spiro Mound" – is the second-largest mound on the site and the only burial mound. The cone-shaped chamber was covered with layers of earth to create the mound, and it never collapsed. It is located about 1,500 feet (460 m) southeast of the plaza. A cavity created within the mound, about 10 feet (. m) high and 15 feet (. m) wide, allowed for almost perfect preservation of fragile artifacts made of wood, conch shell, and copper. Some scholars believe that minerals percolating through the mound hardened the chamber's log walls, making them resistant to decay and shielding the perishable artifacts inside from direct contact with the earth.

Picture books, trade-books, and textbooks, Mounds of Earth and Shell by Bonnie Shemie, Make it Work! . New York, NY: Thomson Learning. Native sites: The southeast: Mounds of earth and shell. Plattsburgh, Ny: Tundra Books of Northern New York.

Picture books, trade-books, and textbooks, Mounds of Earth and Shell by Bonnie Shemie, Make it Work! North American Indians by Andrew Haslam and Alexandra Parsons, Indians of North America: The Huron (and Student Worksheets) by Nancy Bonvillain, Plants and Their Uses by the Chippewa Indian People (and Teacher Guide) by Priscilla Buffalohead. GamesDonn, . Donn, L. (. Mr. Donn’s Social Studies Site.

Describes the construction materials and methods used by the mound builders to create different types of ceremonial earthen structures.

Describes the construction materials and methods used by the mound builders to create different types of ceremonial earthen structures
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