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This black and white printed pamphlet promotes the archeological dig outside of Salina, Kansas. The front depicts an illustration of skeletal remains still encased in the earth with the tops revealed. There is printed text at the bottom. The back of the pamphlet features a map of the United State with directions to Salina, Kansas. There is printed text above and below the illustration.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Indigenous people, Mass burials, Graves, Archaeology--America--History--20th century, Saline County (Kan.), Advertisements
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"Pamphlet: Largest Prehistoric Indian Burial Pit in the Middle West" (2021). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 353.
Largest Prehistoric Indian Burial Pit in the Middle West. In the Heart of the Nation. Near Salina, Kansas. Located some four miles east of Salina just off of Highway US 40, the Indian Burial pit is one of the most important archaeological discoveries in the middle west. Since its discovery in 1936 the Burial Pit has been visited by thousands of interested visitors. Prominent names from every state in the Union and several foreign countries are represented on its guest books. When visiting, or traveling, in the middle west it should be a “Must See” on your list. Open daily form 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. or by appointment for groups. Special rates to school children. Indian Burial Pit at Price Brothers’ Farm Salina, Kansas.