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Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia

The Etowah Papers (Southeastern Classics in Archaeology, Anthropology, and History)

by Warren King Moorehead

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Published by University Press of Florida .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • American history: pre-Columbian period, BCE to c 1500,
  • Central American & Caribbean archaeology,
  • Indigenous peoples,
  • Prehistoric archaeology,
  • Social & cultural anthropology,
  • Native American Archaeology,
  • History,
  • Native Americans - Southeast,
  • Sociology,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Native American,
  • Georgia,
  • Indian art,
  • Archaeology,
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • Antiquities,
  • Bartow County,
  • Etowah Indian Mound State Hist,
  • Mississippian culture,
  • Muskogean Indians

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8021656M
    ISBN 100813017939
    ISBN 109780813017938

      Moorehead, Warren King. “Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia.” In Etowah Papers: Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia. New Haven: Published for Phillips Academy by the Yale University Press, Learn more about the Etowah Mounds from Georgia State Parks.   Cartersville’s Etowah Mounds have been noted to be the most preserved Native American location in the southeast. A slew of places in Georgia were dismantled, but six mounds in this particular place escaped excavation and remain intact, while an .

    The largest pyramid mound at Etowah is a five-sided pentagon-shaped mound. This mound type is only found in Georgia and one Hitchiti-speaking group, the Okonee, were known for building these types of mounds. (Other mound sites in Georgia with pentagon-shaped mounds include Roods Creek near Kolomoki and the Shoulderbone site.   In this colorfully illustrated book, Smith traces the rise and collapse of the chiefdom of Coosa, located in the Ridge and Valley province of northwestern Georgia and adjacent states. From humble beginnings, Coosa became one of the most important Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia: The Etowah Papers. Warren King Moorehead Pub Date: 4.

    South of Etowah book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A collection of essays from noted Georgia writer Raymond L. Atkins/5(6). Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia: The Etowah Papers, reviewed by William F. Stanyard. Custer, Classification Guide for Arrowheads and Spearpoints of Eastern Pennsylvania and the Central Middle Atlantic, reviewed by Asa R. Randall. ISSN X.


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The Etowah site was designated a National Historic Landmark in Contents I. Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia, by Warren King Moorehead II. History and Symbolism of the Muskhogeans, by Charles C. Willoughby III. A Study of Cited by: 2.

The Etowah site was designated a National Historic Landmark in Contents I. Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia, by Warren King Moorehead II. History and Symbolism of the Muskhogeans, by Charles C.

Willoughby III. A Study of the Ceramic Art of the Etowans, by Margaret E. Ashley IV. Get this from a library. Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia: the Etowah papers.

[Warren King Moorehead;] -- "Spectacular discoveries at Mound C at the Etowah site in Georgia, the result of excavations from tochanged the American perspective on the artistic achievements of prehistoric Native.

Half-title and spine title: Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia 1. Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia / by Warren King Moorehead -- 2.

History and symbolism of the Muskhogeans / by Charles C. Willoughby -- 3. A study of the ceramic art of the Etowans / Pages: Spectacular discoveries at Mound C at the Etowah site in Georgia, the result of excavations from tochanged the American perspective on the artistic achievements of prehistoric Native Americans in the eastern United States.

These discoveries, in a mound that had supposedly already been excavated under the sponsorship of the Smithsonian Institution inmade up the final major. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia: The Etowah Papers (Southeastern Classics in Archaeology, Anthropology, and History) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Etowah papers: exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia by Warren King Moorehead Published for Phillips Academy by Yale University Press, H. Milford: Oxford University Press,   1. Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia / by Warren King Moorehead: 2.

History and symbolism of the Muskhogeans / by Charles C. Willoughby: 3. A study of the ceramic art of the Etowans / by Margaret E.

Ashley: 4. Comparison between Etowan, Mexican and Mayan designs / by Zelia Nuttall: 5. Molluscan shells from the Etowah mounds / by Frank. Adam King, Etowah: The Political History of a Chiefdom Capital (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama, ). Warren King Moorehead, ed., Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia: The Etowah Papers, (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, ).

The book Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia, ed. by Warren King Moorehead, University Press of Floridastates at pagesabout the Carters Quarter Site: Our little collection of iron implements was sent to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, where each specimen was examined by an official familiar with arms and armor.

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proceeding westward down the Tennessee Valley, they entered Georgia for the second time around J On July 16 they came to the principal town of the chiefdom of Coosa at the Little Egypt archaeological site, now submerged beneath Carters the chief of Ocute, the chief of Coosa was a particularly powerful one, with influence over chiefdoms to the northeast as far as.

Moorehead, Warren King. “Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia.” In Etowah Papers: Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia. New Haven: Published for Phillips Academy by the Yale University Press, De Orbe Novo: The Eight Decades of Peter Martyr D'Anghera.

Translated from Latin with Notes and Information by Francis Augustus MacNutt. I went on a short hike and exploration of the Etowah Mounds Historic Site located in Cartersville, Georgia of Bartow County.

I do not claim to have any expertise in. Cite this Record. Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia: In: "Etowah Papers". Warren K. Moorehead. Etowah Papers,1. Andover, MA: W. Moorehead. (tDAR id. Chapter 2: The First People of Georgia. Title: Etowah Papers: Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia Published: New Haven: Published for Phillips Academy by the Yale University Press, Location: Georgia Historical Society Rare Book Collection Call Number: EG3 P4 Click on the images to view a larger version.

To download the image, click on the image to view the larger version. Pages from the rare book Etowah Papers: Exploration of the Etowah site in Georgia. Includes images of the site and artifacts found at the site. Opening America’s Archives Primary Sources Set 1 (Early Georgia) SS8H1— The development of Native American cultures and the impact of European exploration and settlement on the Native American.

Contributed by Marla Taylor A brief exploration of Etowah, an archaeological site in Georgia, is now on display in the Peabody Museum lobby thanks to the efforts of work-duty students. Along the Etowah River in northwestern Georgia, three massive earthen mounds mark the Etowah site.

Etowah was occupied from approximately to AD as. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

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Details *.The site, situated upon the Etowah River in Bartow County, Georgia, consisted of six mounds on slightly over fifty-four acres enclosed within a palisade (fig and King, ). The town of Etowah however fell victim to war. Many Georgians have not heard of Etowah but may have visited the Coopers Furnace Day Use area at the base of Allatoona Dam in Cartersville, Georgia.

Etowah is recorded as being founded inestablished by Mark Anthony Cooper which started out as the Etowah Manufacturing and Mining Company.