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i am glad they have been preserved over time!
so glad it is protected and respected.
We must respect all our past lives. Wonderful to see.
Wonderful historical photos ~ Glad to see the Indian burial grounds are being honored and protected ~ Great fences ~ Wishing you peace in each day ~ ^_^
We had many sites like this in Quincy where I grew up. Here there are a couple of places set aside for future exploration where archaeologists think small native American pueblos are located.
There are a few burial mound in this area.
Very interesting and informative.
Fascinating, and good that it's been protected.
Great fence find.
I'm glad they are cared for and that the sign is there to remind everyone of these ancient peoples and their history.
It's a wonderful way to honor them and the fences keep the graves well protected.
The first I learned of these sorts of mounds years ago was when some had been destroyed by developments around and through them. I'm glad there's more consciousness about them now.
Neat! I've seen some in Ohio. They once existed in Virginia but not much is left after centuries of plowing. Although I suspect there are some unidentified ones.
Beautiful in the simplicity. I hope they are respected.
I've never seen one, thanks for the photos!~
I'm glad these have been preserved.
Interesting. We have lots of Celtic ones...
I used to visit these with my kids!
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