Archeological Investigations

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Gerard Fowke (Author)

Series: Anthropology Research and Developments
BISAC: SOC003000

Archeological Investigations by Gerard Fowke explores the geological structure of caves and examines the life of the “cave-dwellers”. Certain conditions are to be taken into account in deciding whether a cave afforded a desirable permanent shelter to primitive man. It should be accessible; the floor should be dry, at least fairly level, and sufficiently free from large rocks to allow the inmates to move about freely; the entrance should be large enough to permit free passage and to light the interior to a distance that would insure protection from the elements.

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Table of Contents

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Preface

Chapter I. Cave Explorations in the Ozark Region of Central Missouri

Chapter II. Cave Explorations in Other States

Chapter III. Explorations along the Missouri River Bluffs in Kansas and Nebraska

Chapter IV. Aboriginal House Mounds

Chapter V. Archeological Work in Hawaii

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