Montgomery County, Ohio Indian Burial Mounds and Earthworks List


Montgomery County, Ohio, Indian Burial Mounds and Earthworks List 




Nest of flint implements, found two miles west of Centreville. 
Described by S. H. Binkley, Am. Antiq., Vol. III., (1881), p. 144. 




Earthworks on the east bank of the Great Miami river, three 
miles below Dayton. Described and figured, Anc. Mon., pp. 23-24, 
PI. viii, No. 4. 

Small stone mound near Alexandersville. Opened, described, 
and contents noted at length by S. H. Binkley, Am. Antiq. Vol. Ill, 
(1881), pp. 325-328. Young Mineralogist and Antiquarian, April, 
1885, pp. 79-80. 

Enclosure, partly of stone, on the bluff, two miles south of Day- 
ton. Described by S. H. Binkley, Am. Antiq. Vol. VII (1885), 
p. 295. (Possibly the same as mentioned in Anc. Mon., pp. 23-24.) 





Group of ancient works consisting of square, circles, and 
mounds, near Alexandersville and six miles below Dayton. De
scribed and figured, Anc. Mon., pp. 82-83, PI. xxix. No. 1. S. H. 
Binkley, Am. Antiq., Vol. Ill (1881), pp. 192-193 and 325-328. 
Young Mineralogist and Antiquarian, April, 1885, pp. 79-80. 



The great mound at Miamisburg. Western Gazetteer (1847), 
p. 295. Howe's Hist. Coll. Ohio (1847), p. 375. Anc. Mon. (1848), 
p. 5, fig. 1. Ohio Centen. Rep. (1877), PI. ii. MacLean's "Mound 
Builders," (1879), pp. 59-60, fig. 1. 

Ancient manufacturing village on the farm of M. T. Dodds, near 
West Carrollton. Described by S. H. Binkley, Am. Antiq., Vol. 
I (1879), pp. 256-258. 

Aboriginal cemetery on the bank of the Miami river, close to 
Dayton. Full description of the explorations by Aug. A. Foerste
Sm. Rep., 1883, pp. 838-844. Also noticed by S. H. Binkley, Am. 
Antiq., Vol. VII (1885), pp. 295-296.