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Welcome Mound and the effigy pipes of the Adena people.

Frank M. Setzler

Welcome Mound and the effigy pipes of the Adena people.

by Frank M. Setzler

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mounds -- West Virginia -- Moundsville,
  • Tobacco pipes,
  • Mound-builders -- Ohio River Valley

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesU.S. National Museum. Proceedings -- 112
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .U55 vol.112
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 451-458 :
    Number of Pages458
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13572817M
    LC Control Number62006005
    OCLC/WorldCa29106895

    Proceedingsof theUnitedStates NationalMuseum SMITHSONIANINSTITUTION • WASHINGTON,D.C. Volume Number WELCOMEMOUNDANDTHEEFFIGYPIPES OFTHEADENAPEOPLE. Extensive earthworks, some towering six stories high, are the legacy of the Hopewell and Adena people. The Hopewell and Adena cultures, which flourished in the eastern United States from about B.C. to A.D. , consisted of rich traditions and elaborate rituals. Mica and copper ornaments, ostentatious burials, and the remains of large.

      Native American culture is an important part of U.S. history. Two major tribes were the Adena and Hopewell Indians. The Adena tribe frequented the .   The Adena pipe was found in the Adena burial mound in Ross County, Ohio, USA by William C. Mills in The Adena Mound is the archaeological type-site for the Early Woodland Adena cultural complex (Fig. 1a).Radiocarbon dating on textile and bark samples from this site indicates that it was made ∼ years pipe is cm in length and manufactured from fire-hardened and .

    Their art objects were beautiful and thoughtfully made and included animal and human effigy smoking pipes, stone pendants, intricately carved stone tablets. The early pottery made by the Adena people was most likely made primarily for cooking and eating and usually not used in . Hopewell culture, notable ancient Indian culture of the east-central area of North America. It flourished from about bce to ce chiefly in what is now southern Ohio, with related groups in Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and New York. The name is derived.


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Welcome Mound and the effigy pipes of the Adena people by Frank M. Setzler Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Adena Pipe, the State Artifact of Ohio, is an American Indian effigy pipe which was excavated from the Adena Mound in The Adena Mound is located about one and a half miles northwest of Chillicothe, Ohio, in Ross County.

Get this from a library. Welcome Mound and the effigy pipes of the Adena people. [Frank M Setzler]. Welcome Mound and the effigy pipes of the Adena people (U.S. National Museum.

Proceedings) by Frank M Setzler | Jan 1, Paperback Out of Print--Limited Availability. By William S. Webb Adena People: Foreword By James B. Griffin (1st Frist Edition) [Paperback] Adena's Book of Great Ideas and Thoughts: Page Dotted Grid. Three effigy pipes discovered in Mound 18 during the excavation of the Mound City Group of mounds in Ross County, Ohio, While early pipes have often been associated with Adena mound builder sites of the Ohio Valley and their local contemporaries (Bensep.

), smoking pipes predate the Early Woodland (pre-ca. BC) and were more widely distributed geographically. Recovered from the Adena Mound in Ross County, Ohio by William C. Mills in The Adena Pipe is one of Ohio's most famous artifacts- a human effigy that connects us with Ohio's past and bridges the gulf between ancient American Indians cultures and the present day.

The name “Adena” was adopted by archeologists to refer to the prehistoric Indians who built such mounds This area became one of the favored locations of these people between B.C.

and A.D. ” SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION Volume Number WELCOME MOUND AND THE EFFIGY PIPES OF THE ADENA PEOPLE By Frank M.

Setzler. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link).

Effigy pipes, pipes in the shape of human or animal figures, are also hallmarks of the culture." Many agree that the Adena pipe is one of the best examples of this culture. "It is a large (Height 8 inches/mm), anthropomorphic tube pipe is in the form of a man standing upright, wearing a patterned loincloth, ear spools".

One of the artifacts documented from the Spearhead Mound is an Adena tubular smoking pipe inscribed with a bird like effigy or pattern (Starr ). Interestingly, another Adena tubular pipe adorned with a bird design was found at the Swanton burial site in.

Mound builders. Like the Hopewell, the Adena were mound builders. One difference between Hopewell mounds and Adena mounds is Adena mounds were cone shaped and Hopewell were either rounded or plateaued.

Another striking difference is the Adena built large effigy mounds. These mounds varied in size, shape, design and purpose. Pre-excavation view of the Adena Mound, located in Chillicothe, Ohio, United States, northwest of downtown.

The type site for the Adena culture, the site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, even though the mound was removed decades ago. It was excavated in (Public Domain) Extraordinary Skeletal Features. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

Adena Culture Adena Description West Virginia, Welcome Mound, Adena duck effigy pipe compared to a duck. Image Categories Artifact Function: Religion or Ritual Artifact Material: Ceramic Fauna: Modern/living Source Type Detail Book Citation: "Welcome Mound and the Effigy Pipes of the Adena People," by Frank M.

Setzler; Pl. Adena Description West Virginia: Adena effigy pipes. Top two: Welcome Mound, Marshall County, West Virginia; bottom two: Sayler Park Mound, Cincinnati, Ohio Image Categories Artifact Function: Religion or Ritual Artifact Material: Ceramic Source Type Detail Book Citation: "Welcome Mound and the Effigy Pipes of the Adena People," by Frank M.

The Adena Effigy Pipe is the oldest known rendering of a human in Ohio's corpus of indigenous art. And human effigies allow us to make an immediate and special connection with the people of the past.

It was found in the Adena Mound, which was located on the Chillicothe estate of Thomas Worthington, Ohio's sixth governor and one of its two first. The Adena Pipe is as of this writing, the oldest artifact ever discovered in Ohio that even remotely resembles a group of people that lived here more than years ago.

Because of its unique shape it is known as an effigy pipe. Author of Peachtree mound and village site, Cherokee county, North Carolina, Welcome Mound and the effigy pipes of the Adena people, The archaeology of the Whitewater Valley.

Adena Mound, the type site for the Adena culture of prehistoric mound builders, is a registered historic structure, on the grounds of the Adena Mansion for which it is named, near Chillicothe, Ohio, was listed in the National Register on June 5, Historic uses.

Graves/Burials; Present view of the base of the mound. From the years of about B.C. to about 1 A.D. the Adena people were a group of well-organized societies that lived in parts of present-day Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New York.

The Adena people were not a single tribe, but rather, a group of indigenous people that shared similarities in artifact style, architecture, and other cultural. The Mound Builders lived over a wide range from the Atlantic, the Midwest and the Ohio Valley to the Mississippi Valley. The term "mound builders" refers to several cultures that span a period of about 20 centuries.

The first group of people to develop this unique way of life were the Adena people. From about B.C. to approximately 1 A.D. May 9, - Explore Carol Blair's board "The Adena" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Mound builders, Ohio history, Effigy mounds pins.This is a list of Adena culture Adena culture was a Pre-Columbian Native American culture that existed from to BCE, in a time known as the early Woodland Adena culture refers to what were probably a number of related Native American societies sharing a burial complex and ceremonial system.The mouthpiece of the pipe is located at the top of the head and the bowl was fashioned between the feet.

This effigy pipe is artwork of the highest form as viewed by prehistoric or modern standards. The Adena people also created unique tubular pipes in forms of .