Monthly Archives: September 2011

High Cotton

I visited the Lower Jackson Mound near Epps,  LA today.  It is just a couple of miles from Poverty Point and was once thought to be part of that complex.  It is aligned due south of the largest mound at Poverty Point … Continue reading

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Shared Earth – desert and delta

I recently visited some of the ancient sites at the Chaco Culture National Historic Park in New Mexico.  From around AD 850 to 1250 it was the hub of civilization in the southwestern United States.  There are magnificent ruins there … Continue reading

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Unexpected Difficulties

Artifact Photography Day at Poverty Point. Getting those little owls to stay in their places and hold their poses is more difficult than one would think.  There’s always one that wants to cause trouble. Dr. Diana Greenlee, station archaeologist at … Continue reading

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