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These are the original inhabitants of the area that is now Mississippi. Forced to leave Mississippi during the Indian Removals of the There is now one federally recognized Indian tribe in Mississippi today: Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. Native American Quotes, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Choctaw Indian, Indian Tribes, Cherokees, Choctaw Nation, Into The West, Thats The Way

These are the original inhabitants of the area that is now Mississippi. There is one federally recognized Indian tribe in Mississippi today: Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.

A Mississippian culture Nashville I style shell gorget found by William Myer at the Castalian Springs Mound Site in Sumner County, Tennessee and now part of the collection of the National Museum of the American Indian Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Ancient Symbols, Ancient Art, National Art, National Museum

Nashville I style gorget Castalian Springs Mound Site HRoe 2012CC BY-SA 3.0 Herb Roe, www.chromesun.com - Own work Nashville I style gorget found by Myers A Mississippian culture Nashville I style shell gorget found by William Myer at the Castalian Springs Mound Site in Sumner County, Tennessee and now part of the collection of the National Museum of the American Indian

 Now THAT is the perfect patina on an authentic shell artifact. Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Native American Indians, Native Americans, American Indian Art, Effigy, Before Us, Tribal Art

Weoka Site, Alabama, Native American, whelk shell engraved woodpecker effigy gorget. Now THAT is the perfect patina on an authentic shell artifact.

A Mississippian culture Hightower style Birdman themed shell gorget from the Hixon Site in Hamilton County, Tennessee and now housed at the Frank H. McClung Museum in Knoxville, Tennessee. Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Hopewell Indians, Hopewell Culture, Dark Ages, Sacred Art, First Nations

A Mississippian culture Hightower style Birdman themed shell gorget from the Hixon Site in Hamilton County, Tennessee and now housed at the Frank H. McClung Museum in Knoxville, Tennessee.

A Mississippian culture Williams Island style or Spaghetti style Birdman themed shell gorget. Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Hopewell Culture, Ancient History, Prehistoric, Archaeology, Shells, Mound Builders, Artwork

A Mississippian culture Williams Island style or Spaghetti style Birdman themed shell gorget.

Mississippian Culture , possibly from Arkansas, Bottle with underwater serpent decoration , Earthenware a. Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Prehistoric Period, Inca, Effigy, Shell Art, Archaeology, Sculpture Art

Curator’s Corner

Mississippian Culture, possibly from Arkansas, Bottle with underwater serpent decoration, 1300s–1400s. Earthenware and pigment, 9 1/2" x 8" (24.1 x 20.3 cm). © Art Institute of Chicago. (AIC-379) One of the bonuses of studying art history is learning about surprising connections when studying how cultures in the past interacted. Many times such interaction between cultures and the influence it has on the arts is overlooked. This is especially true in non-western cultures, when these cultural…

Caddoan Bottle Southeastern US Old Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Indian Ceramics, Mound Builders, Native Canadian, Indian Artifacts, Native American Pottery, Shell Art, Spirals

Caddoan Bottle Vase

Caddoan Bottle Southeastern United States 1200-1700 Mississippian culture pottery is the ceramic tradition of the Mississippian culture 800 to 1600 CE found as artifacts in archaeological sites in the American Midwest and Southeast. It is characterized by the use of shell tempering agents in clay paste. Shells from mussels found in the rivers was finely ground and mixed with local clay to form the pots. When the pots dried they were wood fired in a pit. I just learned that Fort Walton Beach…

A Mississippian culture transitional Lick Creek style to Citico style shell gorget with a herpetomorphic being motif. Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Winged Serpent, Shell Art, Native Art, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient History, Prehistoric

A Mississippian culture transitional Lick Creek style to Citico style shell gorget with a herpetomorphic being motif.

A ‘Spider Gorget’ from a mound of the Mississippian Culture 7 miles from St. Clair County, Illinois, United States of America) (C. Magic Symbols, Ancient Symbols, Ancient Art, Indian Symbols, Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Indigenous Art, Native Art, Shells

The Worldwide Web—A Common Thread

A ‘Spider Gorget’ from a mound of the Mississippian Culture 7 miles from St. Louis (St. Clair County, Illinois, United States of America) (C. 800-1500 CE).

Rattlesnake imagery was pervasive during Mississippian times in the Southeast, and the complex representation of a winged serpent adorning this shell pendant is one of its most stylized manifestations Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Symbols, Winged Serpent, Cultural Patterns, Tennessee, Indigenous Art, Shell Pendant

Pendant with Serpent Design | Mississippian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: 13th–14th century. Geography: United States, Tennessee. Culture: Mississippian. Medium: Shell. Dimensions: H. 4 3/16 x W. 5 1/8 x D. 1 1/8 in. (10....

Mississippian effigy jar Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Arkansas, Missouri, Prehistoric Period

Oak Shoe Cabinet - Ideas on Foter

Your shoes are about to be spoiled, and in a good way. Behold. The oak shoe cabinet. Why is this so special, you ask? First of all, it is a terrific place to store your shoes so they are where you want them, not getting kicked around the house. And the second, one word...oak. Oak is an amazing hardwood and any furniture made with it looks fantastic, even if it's just a piece to hold shoes.