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Americans In Serach of Their Prehistoric Past. Dust jacket with mylar over brown covers, all very good condition, illustrated endpapers, 281 pages with index, black and white and color photos and illustrations. Title date 1979, CR 1979. In 1968, in a cornfield in Illinois indian spear points were found which lead to the great excavation (26 layers) near Kampsville, Illinois, 70 miles north of St. Loyis. The "Koster" indians, a peaceful, sophisticated people, their way of life, cultures and knowledge were uncovered as sone of the earliest known setlers in the Western Hemisphere, dating to 6500 B.C.
Edition: Stated first Edition
Publisher: New York, Anchor Press/Doubleday:
Binding: Hard Cover
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Seller ID: 002722
Keywords: Archaeology and Anthropology, Archaeological Ruins, Ruins in Illinois, Artifacts in Illinois Ruins