Stone Revelations of the Last Ice Age
Ancient Mid-Atlantic Relief Sculptures of Human Faces and Extinct Megafauna

by Harold E. Young, Jr.

published by Hardtrigger Ranch Publishing Company

produced by Sweetgrass Books

  • In 2011, retired doctor Hal Young discovered perfectly preserved prehistoric stone sculptures that revealed a pictorial history of the Pleistocene epoch in Albemarle County, Virginia. With 188 color photos, 3 illustrations, 1 map, and index, Stone Revelations of the Last Ice Age documents a world many thought never existed, displaying sculptures of over 35 ice age species and at least 10 unprecedented examples of human faces. The book features ancient artwork that is an astonishing testimony to the earliest human occupation of North America. These ancient artifacts offer insight to many unsolved mysteries of the last ice age, the First People, and extinct megafauna. It's the only book of its kind on the market to include incredible new findings on the Pleistocene epoch. Stone Revelations is a must read for anyone interested in archaeology and North American prehistory.



184 pages, 12" x 10 1/2", 188 color photos, 3 illustrations, 1 map(s), index, 9 hardcovers per case

hardcover
ISBN 10: 1591521734
ISBN 13: 9781591521730
$49.95


 

 

 

 


Stone Revelations of the Last Ice Age
Ancient Mid-Atlantic Relief Sculptures of Human Faces and Extinct Megafauna

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Harold E. Young, Jr. align= Hal Young grew up in the Piedmont region of Orange County, Virginia and graduated from Woodberry Forest School, Davidson College, and the University of Virginia School of Medicine. After he retired he served the medical needs of his local community for many years and raised registered Angus cattle. Dr. Young's lifelong interest and involvement in land preservation and Native American archaeology led to his receiving the Conservation Leadership Award from the Piedmont Environmental Council in 2005. He is a member of the Archaeological Society of Virginia and the American Archaeological Conservancy and has donated his regional Native American artifact collection to the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society.


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