in University, Ala .
Written in English
|Statement||by Charles E. Snow|
|Series||Alabama. [State geologist] Museum. Museum paper 21|
|LC Classifications||E98.A55 S63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||43000062|
Cite this Record. Two Prehistoric Indian Dwarf Skeletons from Moundville. Charles E. Snow. Museum Paper,1. University, Alabama: Alabama Museum of Natural History, University of Alabama. (tDAR id: ). Cite this Record. Two Prehistoric Indian Dwarf Skeletons from Moundville. Charles E. Snow. Museum Paper,1. AL: Geological Survey of Alabama. (tDAR id: ). Two Prehistoric Indian Dwarf Skeletons From Moundville. Geological Survey of Alabama, Museum Pa Alabama Museum of Natural History, Soft cover, 90 pp. Steege, Louis C. and Warren W. Welch. Stone Artifacts of the Northwestern Plains. CO: Northwestern Plains Publishing Co., Book Details: This lot consists of the vintage & antique Western US and Alaska books shown in the corresponding images. Among the titles in this lot are a first edition "Vaya Con Dios, Will," a tribute to Will Rogers on his passing, signed by the author, Harry Carr; "Echoes of the Past About California"; "The Discovery of the Great West"; and "Annals of the West" (two volumes).
Lineage book of the Alabama Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy / Compiled under the direction of Maud McLure Kelly. Randolph County, Alabama, sixty-two years ago the red man's home, the white man's Eden / by J.M.K. Guinn. Real property Two prehistoric Indian dwarf skeletons from Moundville / by Charles E. Snow. Cormier, A. (). Disability, care, and identity in the Middle Woodland period: Life at the juncture of achondroplasia, pregnancy, and treponematosis. Presented at the 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, St. Louis, MO. Google ScholarCited by: 4. Snow () argues for achondroplasia in two indigenous New World skeletons recovered during excavations of an Indian village site in precontact Moundville, Alabama. The first of the skeletons was an adult female with a stature estimated to be about cm. The posterior portion of the skull was not recovered. The forehead is prominent. - Explore lynnigrimes's board "mound builders" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Mound builders, Native american artifacts and Indian artifacts pins.