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ALBERTA HISTORY: THE MOUNDBUILDER CULTURE IN ALBERTA - 1,100 A.D. Alberta's First Farmers

This is the first documented discovery of a Moundbuilder/Temple Mound Culture settlement in Canada, 1000 km. from the Moundbuilder homeland. In 2009 evidence was found suggesting that a Moundbuilder culture had existed in Alberta, contrarty to the accepted archaeological history of Alberta (our Provincial Archaeologist is on record saying that "There are no aboriginal burials in Alberta."). More recently several village/ ceremonial sites related to the Temple Mound Mississippian Culture, including major earthworks, have been found. This is a northern relation to the Cahokia Temple Mound city ruins. An introduction to six of the major sites to date and an attempt to identify who these early farming people were, where they came from, and where they went. Photos. 155 pg. More As it happens, these sites are not protected by the Government of Alberta and can not be properly protected by them. The only way to protect them is through private ownership and management. More TO VISIT THESE SITES Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu. Now available from Not yet available as a .pdf file Now available from as BOOK or DOWNLOAD Available from www.lulu.com Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu. Now available as a .pdf e-mail file through PayPal for $10.00
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