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1. Mound B excavation, Double Ditch Indian Village site Mound B excavation, Double Ditch Indian Village site Excavation; Mounds (Landforms); Archaeological sites; Mound B was re-opened in 2005 by archeologists to see if they could gain more information with modern technology and advanced evaluation methods.

2. Earthlodge floor plan at Double Ditch Indian Village site Earthlodge floor plan at Double Ditch Indian Village site Dwellings; Plans; This floor plan of a circular earthlodge shows the four post and beam central supports (the square in the center). The wall between the entry and the fireplace helped to prevent drafts from disturbing...

3. Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Rivers; Mounds (Landforms); Cliffs; An aerial view of Double Ditch State Historic Site taken from the north. The Missouri River flows below the bluff. The roads and parking area allow visitors access to the site.

4. Double Ditch Indian Village magnetic gradiometry Double Ditch Indian Village magnetic gradiometry Maps; Magnetic gradiometry produced this picture of the sub-surface structures at Double Ditch. With this method, archeologists were able to determine that the village had had 4 ditches over its long history...

5. Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Holes; Mounds (Landforms); In this aerial view, ditches 1 and 2 can be seen. The depressions indicate storage pits or the foundations of earthlodges. The elevated mounds were made of both earth and trash to strengthen the defensive...

6. Mound B excavation at Double Ditch Indian Village site Mound B excavation at Double Ditch Indian Village site Excavation; Mounds (Landforms); Archaeological sites; This mound (named Mound B) was opened in 1905 by archeologists. They gathered information on how the people of Double Ditch lived by examining their refuse.

7. Burgois site map Burgois site map Maps; Rivers; Dwellings; Excavation; This early contour map reveals the locations of earthlodges within Ditch 4 at Double Ditch Indian Village, also known as the Bourgois site.

8. Cross cut of northern outer earthwork at Double Ditch site Cross cut of northern outer earthwork at Double Ditch site Archaeological sites; Archaeology; An excavation into one of the earthworks at the Double Ditch site shows artifacts and other items buried in the soil.

9. Cross cut of Northern mound, Double Ditch site Cross cut of Northern mound, Double Ditch site Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Charred corn cobs are visible in this cross cut of a mound at the Double Ditch site.

10. Double Ditch site showing outer ditch & outer mounds Double Ditch site showing outer ditch & outer mounds Historic sites; Archaeological sites; Hats; Mounds (Landforms); A man stands on the edge of the outer ditch at the Double Ditch site near Bismarck. A hat sits inside the ditch to show the depth.

11. Camp Southwest of Double Ditch site Camp Southwest of Double Ditch site Tents; Mounds (Landforms); Archaeology; Archaeological sites; A tent is set up at the Double Ditch site for archaeologists to live in while they excavate the site.

12. Mandan Indian Village at Double Ditch site, N.D. Mandan Indian Village at Double Ditch site, N.D. Historic sites; Mounds (Landforms); A view of the landscape at the Double Ditch site near Bismarck, N.D.
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