Pyramids of the New World

By: Judd, Neil Merton

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B&W Photographs; This is a DISBOUND article from National Geographic Magazine. This is the actual article, not a photocopy. Text pages are clean, bright and without chips, tears, discoloration or wear. They do, however, have the necessary staple holes where staples were removed. The article consists of 12 double-sided text pages with 19 black & white photographs. The article is about some of the largest mound building / pyramid sites in the New World including the Pyramid of Cholula and Cahokia Mound, Grave Creek Mound, Irene Mound and others. The article has some interesting, though brief information regarding these architectural sites scattered across North and Middle America, along with bit about the Mayas and Toltecs in South America. Overall, an interesting, though decidedly brief look at a very interesting subject. Photographers are : McGill from Atlanta Journal, David I. Bushnell Jr., Col. Dache M. Reeves, Lt Col. Albert W. Stevens, V. De Palma from Black Star, Indiana Historical Society, George R. Foltz, Richard H. Stewart, Luis Marden, Hendricks Hodge from Three Lions, Dever from Black Star, and, Kurt Severin.

Title: Pyramids of the New World

Author Name: Judd, Neil Merton

Categories: Archaeology,

Edition: 1st Edition; 1st Printing

Publisher: Washington D. C., National Geographic Society: 1948

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 28323

Keywords: Archaeology Archaeological Digs Neil Merton Judd New World Archaeology Mound Builders pyramids pyramid Building Cholula Archaeology,