Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Just in Case You've Missed Them...

Check back regularly for updates; 
we regularly post new events, classes, and links.

This connects to our blog's homepage. 
All of our posts can be found here;
 but only the last 10 posts will be on the front page.

A direct link to The Ancient Ohio Trail's page of information about the Newark Earthworks.  It contains detailed information about the various parts of the earthworks  (the Great Circle, the Octagon, the Square, the Burial Ellipse, etc.), the site's astronomical alignments, modern history, and so much more.





Our school tours page. 
We not only list the content standards we conform to;
 but opportunities for field trips, classroom outreach, 
and all of our summer camp information. 

Our calendar details the events of the Ohio State University 
and the Newark Earthworks Center promoting 
research and outreach for Native history and cultures. 
Below our interactive Google Calendar are contact details 
for student clubs, special classes, and more detailed event information.






This link contain explanations for some of our frequently asked questions
 along with links pertaining to trusted sources of additional information.
 If you have suggestions for other questions, please contact us at earthworks@osu.edu.


Our goals, objectives, and contact information can all be found here.

Arranged by semester and campus, this page has a roughly alphabetical list of some suggested courses Ohio State University students can take to expand their knowledge of Native peoples,
 both present and past.

Outside Resources
Home
This connects to our blog's homepage. 
All of our posts can be found here;
 but only the last 10 posts will be on the front page.

The Ancient Ohio Trail - Newark EarthworksNewark Earthworks
A direct link to The Ancient Ohio Trail's page of information about the Newark Earthworks.  It contains detailed information about the various parts of the earthworks  (the Great Circle, the Octagon, the Square, the Burial Ellipse, etc.), the site's astronomical alignments, modern history, and so much more.





This is intended as a location for events within the Midwest which demonstrate knowledge about Native culture,earthworks, archaeology, and more. Below the interactive Google Calendar are individual event flyers, as applicable, followed by exhibits in the Midwest 
with a focus of Native culture.

Just like every Tuesday a post is created detailing an archive source for undergraduate research; this page is intended to give a link list of blogs, centers, committees, institutes, societies, historical sources, informative links, museums & historic sites, news sites, and Ohio tourism sites which can be utilized in the process of undergraduate research.

An attempt to find credible videos for Midwest Native and earthworks history worldwide. This is by no means a comprehensive list and links may be subject to change. As time passes, information is updated and so described conclusions may no longer be valid. Links are listed to the website from which the video can be found. If the video is part of a large and varied content base, 
a direct link might be provided.

If you have any comments or suggestions,
We would love to hear from you!

Please contact us at earthworks@osu.edu, 
or call us at 740-364-9584.
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