Grave Creek Mound Museum, Moundsville, WV Photos

The Grave Creek Mound Museum, Moundsville, WV encompasses one of the largest Indian mounds in the region. This history museum covers the early native peoples through to recent manufacturing. The town is named after the mound.

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Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex Museum. Moundsville, WV.Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex Museum. Moundsville, WV.Skylight of Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex. Moundsville, WV.Native American mound at Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex. Moundsville, WV.
Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex (1978) Museum. Moundsville, WV.Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex (1978) Museum. Moundsville, WV.Skylight of Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex. Moundsville, WV.Native American mound (250-150 BCE) at Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex. Moundsville, WV.
Grave Creek Mound built by Adena people was originally 69 feet high & 295 feet in diameter. Moundsville, WV.Model of graves found in Grave Creek Mound in Museum. Moundsville, WV.Prehistoric arrowheads from Moundsville region at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Timeline of Adena objects at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.
Grave Creek Mound built by Adena people was originally 69 feet high & 295 feet in diameter. Moundsville, WV.Model of graves found in Grave Creek Mound in Museum. Moundsville, WV.Prehistoric arrowheads from Moundsville region at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Timeline of Adena objects (1000 BCE - 1000 AD) at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.
Adena culture grave objects with one turtle shaped at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Reel-shaped stone gorget of early or middle Adena period at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Adena culture gorget ornaments always two holes at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Native containers & ornaments at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.
Adena culture grave objects (c250-0 BCE) with one turtle shaped at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Reel-shaped stone gorget of early or middle Adena period at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Adena culture gorget ornaments always two holes at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Native containers & ornaments (1400-1700) at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.
Native ornament with incised face at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Late Adena stone tablet with animal or abstract design at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Collection of Homer Laughlin porcelain plates at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Collection of Homer Laughlin porcelain plates at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.
Native ornament with incised face (c1700) at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Late Adena stone tablet with animal or abstract design at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Collection of Homer Laughlin porcelain plates at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Collection of Homer Laughlin porcelain plates at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.
Fiesta ceramics by Homer Laughlin at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Collection of Homer Laughlin porcelain at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Homer Laughlin platter & sugar bowl at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.
Fiesta ceramics (1936-2007) by Homer Laughlin at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Collection of Homer Laughlin porcelain (1940s-50s) at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.Homer Laughlin platter & sugar bowl (1940s-50s) at Grave Creek Mound Museum. Moundsville, WV.

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