Effigy Mounds National Monument - Resources
By Sarah Lane
Jan 25, 2005, 09:06

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Effigy Mounds National Monument - Resources

Effigy Mounds - National Monument
“Eastern Woodland Indians built mounds from about 500 BC until the early European contact period.”
Source: National Park Service

Effigy Mounds
Explore more about this monument, the administrative history, historic resource study, take an online tour, check out the online teacher’s guide, programs and events, and the online bookstore.
Source: National Park Service - Dept. of the Interior

Area Parks - Effigy Mounds
Prehistoric mounds are common from the plains of the Midwest to the Atlantic seaboard, but these mounds were constructed into unique representations.
Source: Area

Archaeological Sites
This national monument is located in the north-eastern corner of Iowa on the western bank of the Mississippi River.
Source: Denver Service Center

Mound and Effigy Building Cultures of North America
This is a directory of online resources for those interested in native American cultures and the mound building history.
Source: Robert W Yay, LLC.

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