2 edition of Indian archaeology in Saline county, Kansas found in the catalog.
Indian archaeology in Saline county, Kansas
Guy L. Whiteford
|Statement||by G. L. Whiteford.|
|LC Classifications||E78.K16 W5 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||41013038|
Prehistoric Indian Burial Pits - Gone. We were saddened to hear that the Prehistoric Indian Burial Pits in Salina, KS, had been bulldozed under. This place was built like a bunker, off of a dirt road, with an owner who talked through a battery-powered larynx. The Whiteford (Price), "Indian Burial Pit", Archeological Site, Saline County, Kansas. Kansas State Historical Society. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections.
The Utz Site, designated by the Smithsonian trinomial 23SA2, is a major Native American archaeological site in Saline County, Missouri, located on bluffs overlooking the Missouri lly preserved in Van Meter State Park, it is the site of one of the largest early Contact Native villages in the region, which was occupied by the Missouri tribe from c. 15th to the late 18th centuries Nearest city: Marshall, Missouri. Hutchinson Public Library System: Back. Language. English; Español; Library Info. Portal; Ask Us.
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Booklet. Published by Consolidated-Salina in Author: G. Whiteford. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whiteford, Guy L. Indian archaeology in Saline county, Kansas.
[Salina] Consolidated [printing and stationery Co., ©]. Prehistoric Indian Excavations in Saline County, Kansas Paperback – January 1, by G. Whiteford (Author)Author: G. Whiteford. Cite this Record. Indian Archaeology in Saline County, Kansas.
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Figure 1-Map Kansas book location of recorded paleoindian sites in Kansas according to county. Figure Map showing locations, by county, of recorded paleoindian projectile points (adapted from Yaple,and Stein, ). Figure Illustrations of paleoindian projectile points (a-h) and "spurred scraper" (i): a) Clovis, b) Folsom, c) Plainview, d) Agate Basin, e) Firstview, f) Hell Gap, g.
Property Ownership Maps or Plat Books. County atlases or plat books contain township maps that show rural landowners. They also include the locations of rural churches, cemeteries, and schools.
Plats of cities are included but city lot owners are not listed. Sometimes there are pictures and a directory of county residents at the end. Name Race Sex Age BookingiD ; View Albers,Robert Lee: White: Male: View Ames,Darin Duane: White: Male: View Anderson Missing: Indian archaeology.
INDIAN RAIDS. In Lincoln County, Kansas, and Story of Those Killed, With a History of the Monument Erected to Their Memory in Lincoln Court House Square, BY. BERNHARDT. LINCOLN, KANSAS THE LINCOLN SENTINEL PRINT. PREFACE. When Kansas was admitted as a State into the Union, in January,the population of Saline County, all told, was less than people, with all located either in Salina or within a few miles of it.
Just a few months later, the Civil War began and immigration to the county virtually stopped. Later that year, the first post office was Missing: Indian archaeology.
During the period of Indian trouble about the last part of May,a party of four young men, Solomon Humbarger, Dick Alley, his brother-in-law, William Earl, and Harry Trask, left home on the Saline River in Ottawa County, some miles west of Salina, on a hunting expedition, and with a secondary object of looking for a suitable piece of land.
The Whiteford Archeological Site, designated by the Smithsonian trinomial 14SA1, is an archaeological site located in a rural area between Salina and New Cambria, Kansas, United States.
A National Historic Landmark, the site is significant as an important Central Plains habitation site, with an unusually well-preserved burial complex. The site is on private land, and is not open to the t city: New Cambria, Kansas.
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Get this from a library. The archaeology of central Kansas: based on the Reed Collections from archaeological sites in Saline and Ottawa counties. [Donna C Roper; Harold Reed; Kansas Anthropological Association.] -- Central Plains Archaeology makes available to the archaeological community and the interested public the results of new research conducted in the vast Central Plains.
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Sumner, commander at Fort Leavenworth, who had taken to the field in an effort to subdue the Cheyenne g: Indian archaeology. Battle of Crooked Creek, Kansas Texas Cavalry In Brigadier General David S. Twiggs gave Brevet Major Earl Van Dorn command of the Second Cavalry at Fort Belknap, Texas, with orders to restrain the belligerent Comanche Indians north of the Red g: Indian archaeology.
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