Newark Holy Stones Materials

 

These unique items are available only through JHM.  

Prices include shipping and handling.  International Shipping carries an extra charge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Decalogue Stone replica: $54.00
Key Stone replica: $54.00
(Does not include stand)
Order both for $100

Stone Options

  

 

   


 

Old Questions, New Science: Reinterpreting Native American origins in light of modern methods and technology
40 pgs. $11.00

Position papers by the presenters of JHM's 2009 symposium
Introduction by Dr. Robert Fox
In the Beginning: The Early Search for Human Origins in the New World by Dr. Terry A. Barnhart
The First Americans: A 21st Century Perspective by Dr. Bradley T. Lepper
The Practical Importance of Native American population Genetics by Dr. Cecil M. Lewis, Jr.
Persistent Mysteries: Answering Unanswered Questions about American Antiquity by Dr. Ken Feder



   

Newark "Holy Stones" Context for Controversy

46 pgs. $12.00

Position papers delivered at the "Newark Holy Stones": Context for Controversy Symposium in 2009 at JHM. 
Authors include Suzanne O. Carlson, Kenneth L. Feder, Robert R. Fox, Bradley T. Lepper, and J. Huston McCulloch

 

  

 

 

A Representation of the Two Stones
13 p. $5.00
copy of a 1861 pamphlet describing two of the Newark Holy Stones. 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Newark Holy Stones; The History of An Archaeological Tragedy
57 pg. $10.00

Editor’s Notes

Publishing rights for The Newark Holy Stones: The History of An Archaeological Tragedy were handed over to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in 2009. The book was originally published in the Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, Denison University, 1980, 57, 1-57 & 58-72.

Minor typographical errors have been corrected in the 2010 edition. Editor Notes have been added to inform the reader of research inaccuracies and updated archaeological findings. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum thanks Dr. Bradley T. Lepper, Curator, Ohio Historical Society, for providing the substance for these notes. 

 

 

 

                               

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