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Emblematic mounds and animal effigies.

Stephen D. Peet

Emblematic mounds and animal effigies.

by Stephen D. Peet

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Published by American Antiquarian Office in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mounds -- North America,
  • Indians of North America -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Stephen D. Peet
    SeriesPrehistoric America -- vol. II
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 394 p.
    Number of Pages394
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14980112M

      These animal effigies were believed to be created somewhere between BC and AD. In more and more discrepancies in explaining the unexplainable, the researchers claim the Ho-Chunk people were likely the builders of the mounds, but other reports say " Current elders suggest that their pre-history is connected to the mound builders of the. Effigy Mounds National Monument protects prehistoric mounds, 31 of which are in the form of animal effigies. Between AD and AD American Indians constructed these earthen mounds. Archaeologists believe they may have served significant ceremonial purpose.

    An effigy mound is a raised pile of earth built in the shape of a stylized animal, symbol, human, or other figure and generally containing one or more human burials. Effigy mounds were primarily built during the Late Woodland Period. Conical and linear mounds, the predecessors of effigy mounds may date from as far back as BCE. They remain places First Peoples frequent to visit and speak with ancestors, to . Among the Ho-Chunk, clans have animal names, hence the assumption that earthen animal effigies may represent membership of the deceased in a particular clan. More recently, archaeologists have noted that the creatures depicted in effigy form can be grouped into three categories; animals that fly, those that walk the earth, and those that are.

    The Midwest, especially the state of Wisconsin, is covered with thousands of ancient effigy mounds. From ground level, these mounds usually just look like small hills, but they were actually created by Native Americans hundreds of years ago. Some of these mounds are over 1, years old and can be over meters in diameter. These mounds are usually made in the shape of an animal or human. Nitschke Mounds Park Map. Nitschke Mounds Park Brochure. Nitschke Mounds Park is located near the center of Dodge County adjacent to the Wild Goose State Trail and just west of the Horicon Marsh. The property contains about 39 preserved animal effigy, conical and linear mounds believed to have been constructed around AD - AD.


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