Friday, September 08, 2006


About Indiana Stone Mounds

"The observations of the writer and what has been learned from others leads to the thought that this class of structures are among the most recent in origin of all aboriginal remains in this part of the country. In the Southern States the erection of stone mounds are directly traceable to the modern Indians, even down to the advent of Europeans, while in the North among the Hurons, and many kindred tribes, what was called the feast of the dead was celebrated every few years" [Click here]

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