Henry C. Shetrone House   Save
Ohio History Connection
Description: Exterior view of the home of Henry C. Shetrone, archaeologist and former director of the Ohio Archeological and Historical Society, in Columbus, Ohio. Shetrone's most important work, "The Mound-Builders," published in 1930, was a comprehensive synthesis of Ohio's mound-building cultures in relation to what was then known about the archaeology of eastern North America. As director of the Ohio Historical Society, he focused his efforts on preserving archaeological sites and promoting public education about Ohio's Native American heritage. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL02863
Subjects: Dwellings--Ohio; Other--Ohio Historical Society
Places: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)