NATIVE AMERICAN MOUNDS IN ALABAMA: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO PUBLIC SITES.

NATIVE AMERICAN MOUNDS IN ALABAMA: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO PUBLIC SITES.

[Memphis, Tennessee: Archetype Books, 2017]. Profusely Illustrated with Photographs, Maps, Etc. Revised Edition. A full-color guidebook to 23 public and ancient Indian mound sites, stonewall sites, and museums devoted to the mound builders. Alabama once had thousands of mounds built by the ancestors of modern Native American tribes as long ago as 5,000 years ago. This revised edition contains input and commentary from several prominent Alabama archaeologists and has over 100 photos, maps, and illustrations. Signed inscription from Little on the copyright page: “Best wishes from Greg Little.”. Quarto: pictorial wraps; 67 pages. Item #56507

Very Good (covers nice with little minor wear base of spine; contents clean & tight).

Price: $50.00

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