By Paul D. Welch
The Shiloh Indian Mounds archaeological website, a countrywide old Landmark, is a overdue prehistoric neighborhood in the obstacles of the Shiloh nationwide army Park at the banks of the Tennessee River, the place one of many bloodiest battles of the Civil battle used to be fought in April 1862. courting among advert one thousand and 1450, the archaeological web site contains at the least 8 mounds and greater than a hundred homes. it's distinct in that the land hasn't ever been plowed, so viewers can stroll round the sector and locate the collapsed continues to be of 800-year-old homes and the 900-meter-long palisade with bastions that safe the village in prehistoric occasions. even though its place inside of a countrywide Park boundary has secure the realm from the hot ravages of guy, river financial institution erosion started to undermine the location within the Seventies. within the mid-1990s, Paul Welch begun a four-year research culminating in a complete report back to the nationwide Park provider at the Shiloh Indian Mounds.
Paul D. Welch is an affiliate Professor of Anthropology at Southern Illionois collage, Carbondale, and is the author of Moundville's Economy.
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Archaeology at Shiloh Indian Mounds, 1899-1999 by Paul D. Welch