It would seem that we are long overdue to re-open the legends told by Native Americans who arrived to this land, more than likely it would seem, finding a race of man already here.
Many of their legends portray these encounters from the Paiutes who spoke of red-haired giants at Lovelock Cave to the Lenni Lenape telling of beating a giant race and running their remaining members down the Mississippi. The Natives in Wisconsin tell of the mines being mined by the white-skinned people who were there prior to them.
Now, let’s look at another legend passed down by the tribes of the Mississippi Valley.
From the very illuminating book Records of Ancient Races in the Mississippi Valley by William McAdams, Richard Ellsworth Call, 1887.
The Piasa Bird was created by the mysterious race of people known as the Moundbuilders of unknown American…
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