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Is Indian Mound a Real Burial Ground?
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TitleIs Indian Mound a Real Burial Ground?
AbstractIn the column "q&a", Dean Hughson answers the question as to whether the Indian mound in the northeast Indian Mound Neighborhood was a real Indian burial ground. After checking with Ann McFerrin of the city's Parks and Recreation Department, his answer to the question is this: "the area where Gladstone and Belmont meet high above the Missouri River probably was an Indian mound originally, but we don't know if it was a burial place or just a handy area to do smoke signals." Article includes a 1937 diagram of the spot and also includes some information on what has happened to the mound over the years.
DateFebruary 8, 2006
SourceNortheast News
LocationMicrofilm
Volume75
Number6
Page6
Local SubjectIndian Mound Neighborhood
Indian Mounds
Indians
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID215418
CONTENTdm number29311
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