Friends of America's Past provides information about the Kennewick Man lawsuit and studies, news of other ancient remains, a variety of views on these issues, and how you can help meet the challenge to our rights to learn about America's prehistory.
A site about a geological catastrophe, with a lively comment section.
Founded in 1933, the Early American Industries Association, Inc. preserves and presents historic trades, crafts, and tools, and interprets their impact on our lives.
Contains information about the Westford Knight, Roslyn Chapel, etc.
The Red Paint People.
Dr. Warren Wittry was studying excavation maps when he observed that numerous large oval-shaped pits seemed to be arranged in arcs of circles. He theorized that posts set in these pits lined up with the rising sun at certain times of the year, serving as a calendar, which he called WOODHENGE
Stonehenge, stone circles, dolmens, ancient standing stones, cairns, barrows, hillforts and archaeology of megalithic Europe