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" These appearances, which are here denominated ancient garden-beds, indicate an earlier and. more perfect system of cultivation than that which now prevails; for the present Indians do not appear to possess the ideas of taste and order necessary to enable... "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 61
1879
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1863
...c., p. 19. is about six inches. These appearances, which are here denominated 'ancient garden-beds,' indicate an earlier and more perfect system of cultivation...abundant, are found in several other parts of the State." (Wisconsin.) Date. — In the ancient monuments of the Mississippi valley it is stated that no earthwork...
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Pre-historic Times

Sir John Lubbock - Archaeology - 1865 - 512 pages
...ANTIQUITY OF THE ANCIENT REMAINS. 231 These appearances, which are here denominated 'ancient garden-beds,' indicate an earlier and more perfect system of cultivation...abundant, are found in several other parts of the State (Wisconsin). The garden beds are of various sizes, covering, generally, from twenty to one hundred...
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The Natural History Review, Issues 9-12

Biology - 1868
...them is about six inches. These appearances, which are here deno" ruinated ' ancient garden-beds,' indicate an earlier and more perfect " system of cultivation than that which now prevails ; for the pre" sent Indians do not appear to possess the ideas of taste and order " necessary to enable them...
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history wayne county, ohio

ben douglass - 1878
...between is about 6 inches. " These manifestations which are here denominated "ancient garden-beds," indicate an earlier and more perfect system of cultivation than that which now prevails, as the present Indians are destitute of those conceptions of order and taste necessary to such harmonious...
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Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Volume 12

Kansas Academy of Science - Science - 1890
...between them is about six inches. These appearances, which are here denominated ancient garden-beds, indicate an earlier and. more perfect system of cultivation...cultivation, though not very abundant, are found in several parts of the State. The garden beds are of various sizes, covering generally from twenty to one hundred...
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The Village Community

George Laurence Gomme - Village communities - 1890 - 299 pages
...having been .counted in the space of 100 feet, and the depth of the walk between them is about 6 inches. These appearances, which are here denominated ' ancient...cultivation, though not very abundant, are found in several parts of the state. The garden beds are of various sizes, covering generally from twenty to one hundred...
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The Village Community: With Special Reference to the Origin and Form of Its ...

George Laurence Gomme - Village communities - 1890 - 299 pages
...the depth of the walk between them is about 6 inches. These appearances, which are here denominated 1 ancient garden beds,' indicate an earlier and more...cultivation, though not very abundant, are found in several parts of the state. The garden beds are of various sizes, covering generally from twenty to one hundred...
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Transactions of the ... Annual Meetings of the Kansas Academy of ..., Volume 12

Kansas Academy of Science. Meeting - Science - 1890
...between them is about six inches. These appearances, which are here denominated ancient garden-beds, indicate an earlier and more perfect system of cultivation...cultivation, though not very abundant, are found in several parts of the State. The garden beds are of various sizes, covering generally from twenty to one hundred...
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Parkman Club Publications, Issue 13

Northwest, Old - 1897
...the depth of the walk between them is about six inches. These appearances, which are here denominated 'garden beds,' indicate an earlier and more perfect...system of cultivation than, that which now prevails." [16] Lapham also describes the hillocks, calling them "Indian corn hills," and says that the corn being...
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Pre-historic Times: As Illustrated by Ancient Remains and the Manners and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Antiquities - 1900 - 616 pages
...between them is about six inches. These appearances, which are here denominated ' ancient garden-beds,' indicate an earlier and more perfect system of cultivation...to arrange objects in consecutive rows. Traces of Ibis kind of cultivation, though not very abundant, are found in several other parts of the State (Wisconsin)....
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