Contained on the DVD "Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletins 1-200"
- Bookwood Historical Collection, Star Lake
[Counties near to Star Lake]
Pictographs in the vicinity of Odanah, on the Bad River.
Described by Capt. Garrick Mallery, Sci. vol. 11 (1888) p. 282.
Two mounds 5 miles above Washburn, about 2 miles from the south western end of Chaquamegon [sic] Bay, from one of which a wroght iron nail and a brass buckle were obtained.
Reported by J. Chrysostom Verwyst, O. L. H., in Am. Antiq., vol. 9 (1887), pp. 39, 40.
A small conical mound formerly stood on the present site of Bayfield.
Reported by Gerard Fowke.
Inclosure and mounds on an island in Lake Vieux Desert (source of the Wisconsin River).
Brief Description, Schoolcraft, Hist. Ind. Tribes, vol. 2 (1853), p. 91, Pl. 52.
Quote by Lapham, Antiq. Wis., p. 73.
[There are no entries for Vilas or Oneida Counties.]