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" of low, parallel ridges, as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted in the space of a hundred feet ; and the depth of the walk between them is about six: inches. These appearances, which... "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 61
1879
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Prehistoric Man: Researches Into the Origin of Civilisation in the Old and ...

Sir Daniel Wilson - Prehistoric peoples - 1862
...come what are designated by the modern settlers "ancient garden beds." They consist of low, broad, parallel ridges, as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted in the space of a hundred feet, and the...
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Prehistoric man, researches into the origin of civilisation

Daniel Wilson (sir.) - 1862
...come what are designated by the modern settlers "ancient garden beds." They consist of low, broad, parallel ridges, as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted in the space of a hundred feet, and the...
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Annual Report

Science - 1863
...soil is gradually brought up to the size of a little hill by tlio annual additions." t But Mr. Lapham has also found traces of an earlier and more systematic...as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted in the space of a hundred feet; and the...
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Pre-historic Times: As Illustrated by Ancient Remains, and the Manners and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Antiquities - 1865 - 512 pages
...soil is gradually brought up to the size of a little hill by the annual additions."* But Mr. Lapham has also found traces of an earlier and more systematic...as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted in the space of a hundred feet ; and the...
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Pre-historic Times: As Illustrated by Ancient Remains, and the Manners and ...

John Lubbock (1st baron Avebury.) - Antiquities - 1865 - 512 pages
...brought up to the size of a little hill by the annual additions." * But Mr. Lapham has also found truces of an earlier and more systematic cultivation. These...as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted in the space of a hundred feet; and the...
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The Natural History Review, Issues 9-12

Biology - 1868
...soil is gradually brought up to the size of a little hill " by the annual additions." * But Mr. Lapham has also found traces of an earlier and more systematic...if corn had been planted in drills. They " average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted " in the space of a hundred feet ; and...
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Pre-historic Times, as Illustrated by Ancient Remains, and the Manners and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Antiquities - 1872 - 640 pages
...soil is gradually brought up to the size of a little hill by the annual additions *." But Mr. Lapham has also found traces of an earlier and more systematic...low, parallel ridges, as if corn had been planted in t drills. They average four feet in width, twenty-five of them having been counted in the space of...
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Pre-historic Races of the United States of America

John Wells Foster - Mound-builders - 1874 - 415 pages
...forming avenues, differently grouped and disposed. Dr. Lapham describes those of Wisconsin as consisting of low parallel ridges, as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, and twenty-five of them have been counted in the space of one hundred feet. The...
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history wayne county, ohio

ben douglass - 1878
...soil is gradually brought up to the size of a little hill by the annual additions." But Mr. Lapham has also found traces of an earlier and more systematic...if corn had been planted in drills. They average 4 feet in width, 25 of them having been counted in the space of a hundred feet, and the depth of the...
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The American Antiquarian, Volume 1

America - 1878
...few of this kind of remains which were found upon the western shore of Lake Michigan, as " consisting of low parallel ridges, as if corn had been planted in drills. They average four feet in width, and twenty-five of them have been counted in the space of one hundred feet." Yet...
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