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1. My red brother manuscript My red brother manuscript Indigenous peoples; Manuscript describing the ancient works, arts, customs, and mode of life of the early Native Americans of the Missouri River Valley. Includes the author's own theories of the origins of the existence of...

2. Earth lodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, Bismarck, N.D. Earth lodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, Bismarck, N.D. Archaeological sites; Excavation; Items protrude from the ground at the site of an earthlodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, also known as the Ward Earth Lodge Village in Bismarck, N.D.

3. William D. Strong, George F. Will and others at Leavenworth Site Arikara Village, Cottonwood Creek, S.D. William D. Strong, George F. Will and others at Leavenworth Site Arikara Village, Cottonwood Creek, S.D. Tents; Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Automobiles; Pipes (Smoking); William D. Strong (with hat and pipe), George F. Will (at far left), and unidentified others stand at a campsite near the Leavenworth Site Arikara Village in South Dakota. All wear stout gear for archaeological...

4. House 2 and 7 overlay, Huff Indian Village Site House 2 and 7 overlay, Huff Indian Village Site Archaeological sites; Cliffs; This aerial view is enhanced by lines drawn around each of the house 2 and house 7 remains in the village and the palisade.

5. 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.

6. 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...

7. Sketch of rectangular earthlodge, Huff Indian Village site Sketch of rectangular earthlodge, Huff Indian Village site Sketches; Dwellings; Archeological examinations of Huff indicate that a typical long-rectangular earth lodge would have been built in this fashion. The house floor was dug out to about 1 foot below the surface. The side poles...

8. Aerial view of Menoken Indian Village site Aerial view of Menoken Indian Village site Aerial photographs; Excavation; Cliffs; This aerial view of Menoken Village shows the outline of the palisade and ditch with the four bastions. The location of the village on the banks of Apple Creek was strategically smart. Modern day farmers...

9. House 2 sketch, Huff Indian Village Site House 2 sketch, Huff Indian Village Site Plans; Excavation; House 2 is the lodge that was probably associated with the ceremonial or social leader of the village and his family. The house is larger than most and faces a ceremonial plaza.

10. Copper recovered from Menoken Indian Village site Copper recovered from Menoken Indian Village site Copper; Metalwork; These are some of the pieces of copper recovered at the Menoken site. Copper is a soft metal and easily worked into a useful shape.

11. Reconstruction of large vessel from Huff Indian Village Site Reconstruction of large vessel from Huff Indian Village Site Pottery; Reconstructions; A portion of a Huff pot has been reconstructed from broken pieces.

12. Sod house drawing Sod house drawing Dwellings; Sod buildings; This diagram demonstrates how a pit house with sod walls was built and then slowly returned to the earth after it was abandoned.

13. 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.

14. Aerial view of Huff Indian Village site Aerial view of Huff Indian Village site Archaeological sites; Cliffs; A view of the Huff Village site from the air. The depressions left in the ground by earthlodges are still clearly visible, as are the protective ditches and palisades.

15. House 17 excavation at Menoken Indian Village site House 17 excavation at Menoken Indian Village site Excavation; Wheelbarrows; Shovels; Digging; An archeological team conducts the excavation of house 17 at the Menoken State Historic Site. Note the holes where the support beams were placed.

16. Bifaces found at Huff Indian Village Site Bifaces found at Huff Indian Village Site Hand tools A view of two stone bifaces found at the Huff Village Site.

17. House 17 plan, Menoken Indian Village site House 17 plan, Menoken Indian Village site Plans; Excavation; This archeological drawing shows the information recovered by excavation of a surface house. Areas marked as basins, hearths, cache pits, and other uses are visible.

18. 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...

19. 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...

20. Marine shells from Menoken Indian Village site Marine shells from Menoken Indian Village site Shells; Decorative arts; Menoken residents shaped precious shells into beads for decorative purposes.
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