Introducing . . . The Americas Revealed website
A new, non-commercial website that documents America’s extraordinary ancient past in language that people can understand.
Join us as a team of volunteers, led by a professional architect-planner, explore ancient ruins, mounds, town sites and petroglyphs in the Southeastern United States, plus as he looks back at the sites that he has explored in the past in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, the Southwestern United States and the Midwest. The format of The Americas Revealed is that of an architectural field report, designed to be understood by as many people as possible. The site is in its infancy with the first four reports, but will be growing day by day, plus will soon include video programs on the major archaeological sites and the history of North America.
You must subscribe to The Americas Revealed in order to be notified of new exploration reports!
We will continue to publish articles in the People of One Fire, which cover broader range of topics that Native Americans and Friends of Native Americans are interested in. The primary differences between the two sites is that The Americas Revealed focuses on architecture, town sites, natural features and petroglyphs, plus has a uncluttered format, filled with colorful, three dimensional graphics that is typical of documents, produced by professional architects.
To access the new America’s Revealed website, go to:
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