Origin of mound builder
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Origin of Mound Builder
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Every skeleton of a Mound-Builder is found in a condition of extreme decay.Ancient America, in Notes on American Archaeology|John D. Baldwin
"That was a true name for many of us," said the Mound-Builder.The Trail Book|Mary Austin
The form of the object, the character of the design and the evident age of the specimen, all bespeak the mound-builder.
The specimen shown in fig. 302 is quoted as a “typical example of the cross of the mound-builder.”The Swastika|Thomas Wilson
The gorget shown in Fig. 3 contains a typical example of the cross of the mound-builder.