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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Elk Mound.
Description: The marker notes Man Mound Park by the Wisconsin Archeological Society, Sauk County Historical Society and the Landmark Committee, W.F.W.C.
Date: date unknown
Description: Map of prehistoric mounds near the Big Kanawha River.
Description: Blue print and blue line print maps that show local streets, Nakoma Country Club, part of Lake Forest, and part of Lake Wingra. A legend is included that s...
Description: In 1916, it was estimated that 15,000 Indian mounds had formerly existed in Wisconsin. In the early 20th century, the Wisconsin Archaeological Society surv...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View of the site when it was known as Aztalan Mound Park or Aztalan Mounds, near Lake Mills. There is a pavilion in the right background.
Description: View looking uphill towards three platform mounds. The numbers 1, 2, and 3 are written on the photograph in ink. Part way up the hill are a small shed-like...
Description: Drawing of Trempealeau Mounds.
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: This pictorial map of Dunn County, Wisconsin, from the 1970s depicts historical events that occurred in the county. It shows cemeteries, churches, schools,...
A Guide for Archaeologists
Date: 1927 ca.
Description: Blueprint-style map of Frost Woods on the shore of Lake Monona. The map indicates the locations of Indian mounds, an Indian camp, and various plants. There...
Description: An unusual burial mound in the Willow Drive mound group on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, prior to its excavation by Charles E. Brown.
Description: A horse grazes near Native American burial mounds on the Dividing Ridge between Lakes Monona and Wingra in Madison, Wisconsin. The mounds, and the ridge th...
Description: A group of men pose atop a conical burial mound on the south shore of Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin. (also known as Merrill's Spring)
Description: View of the panther itaglio effigy mound marker, located on Highway 106 West. The text on the marker reads, "Panther Intaglio Effigy; Panther Type, Length...
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