Mississippian Moundbuilders Art on Display Online

Mike Ruggeri’s Mississippian Moundbuilders Art Portfolio is an online exhibit showcasing the artistry of Native Americans living in the Midwest and Southeast. The online exhibit features Mississippian head pots, human effigy vessels, pottery, smoking pipes, shell art, and chunkey stones. The showcase also features Mississippian iconography which shows how the Native American cultures represented themselves. […]

Ancient artifact unearthed at Angel Mounds

A new discovery unearthed at Angel Mounds near Evansville, Indiana is helping to reveal new secrets about this mysterious culture. The discovery is a pot which was found whole, a rare event in archaeology. From a newspaper article on the find: An archaeology dig normally results in little more than dirt, rocks and pottery chards. […]

Virtual First Ohioans

The Ohio Historical Society has a new online exhibit entitled Virtual First Ohioans which includes videos and photos of artifacts found at many of Ohio’s most important archaeological sites. The site covers every archaeological period in Ohio from the Archaic to the Woodland to the Mississippian. The exhibit includes extensive information on the most important […]

Head pots of Arkansas

A new book has collected photographs of every known Native American head pot in existence. Head pots are a very rare and unique form of pre-historic Native American pottery found almost exclusively in northeast Arkansas and the adjacent bootheel region of Missouri. They are distinguished from other native North American pottery in that the entire […]

South Florida Museum

Museum features many exhibits covering Native American prehistory in Florida beginning with the paleoindian time period. Also houses the world-renowned Montague Tallant Collection of Florida artifacts.

Carlos Museum

The Carlos Museum’s collection of art of the ancient Americas is substantial, consisting of more than 1,900 pieces: over 1,300 from the William C. and Carol W. Thibadeau collection and nearly 500 from the Laurence C. and Cora W. Witten II Collection. The Museum is fortunate in the breadth and depth of the collection as […]

Fernbank Museum

Fernbank’s signature exhibition,¬†A Walk Through Time in Georgia, tells the two-fold story of Georgia’s natural history and the development of our planet. Sixteen galleries combine with theaters and dioramas to explain this complex and fascinating story.¬†Explore the natural history of Georgia and the story of our planet as you journey through lifelike geographic regions and […]