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Frontmatter

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Preface

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pp. vii-viii

The notion to reprint the classic Moore volumes on southeastern archaeology has been, without doubt, lurking just beneath the surface for some time. How could it not? After nearly a century the originals are now scarce and expensive, if copies can be found at all. So it has gradually occurred to some—I first heard it mentioned by Jerald Milanich—that a republication would help to bring a new generation of...

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Introduction

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pp. 1-20

The two works reprinted in this volume represent the pinnacle of the career of one of the most remarkable American archaeologists of the early twentieth century. Certain Aboriginal Remains of the Black Warrior River and Moundville Revisited brought the Moundville site in Alabama to the attention of the scholarly world in dramatic...

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Certain Aboriginal Remains of the Black Warrior River

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pp. 21-142

The Black Warrior river,1 having its sources in northern Alabama, pursues a southerly course, and passing the city of Tuscaloosa and the town of Moundville, enters the Tombigbee river just above Demopolis. ...

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Moundville Revisited

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pp. 143-213

In the season of 1905 we conducted an investigation in the mounds and cemeteries near Moundville,1 Ala., which place, near the Black Warrior river, is but a few miles distant from the city of Tuscaloosa. Later, we published an account2 of our work at Moundville. ...

Indexes

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pp. 215-224