I received my gorgeous copy of Poverty Point’s nomination to become a World Heritage site this week. It is an amazing book.
Chocked full of up-to-date information, graphs, pictures and tables, it is everything you have ever wanted to know about Poverty Point and then some. It required an incredible amount of work to compile it, write it, rewrite it, design it, have it reviewed, rewrite it again and on and on. Kudos to everyone involved but particularly to Dr. Diana Greenlee, station archaeologist, for maneuvering through the chaos of having so many people giving her input and still finding a way to create such a monumental document.
The aerial cover shot is by Susan Guice from Biloxi, MS.
How cool is that???