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Ancient Indiana: Mississinewa River Stone Mound in Miami County

This unassuming rock pile has, according to locals always been there. It is believed to be trail marker other than associated with burials.

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Indiana 1500 B.C. Ancient Fish Weir Still Visible Along the Wabash River

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Indiana 1500 B. Ancient Fish Weir Still Visible Along the Wabash River

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Ancient Fish (Eel) Weir Photographed on the Wabash River in Wabash County, Indiana

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Ancient Fish (Eel) Weir Photographed on the Wabash River in Wabash County, Indiana

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Ancient Fish (Eel) Weir Photographed on the Wabash River in Wabash County, Indiana

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Ancient Fish (Eel) Weir Photographed on the Wabash River in Wabash County, Indiana

Mound Builders: Ancient Adena Burial Mound in Laurel, Franklin County, Indiana

The Laurel Adena burial mound is perched on this hill and is larger than this photo suggest, but is dwarfed by this enormous gazebo that has been erected on it’s top

Iroquois "Spirit Tree" estimated to be over 500 years old located in Allen County, Indiana near Fort Wayne

About Native Americans: Iroquois Indian Mound and Spirit Tree, Photographed in Allen County, Indiana. Photo from, "The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley.

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Bertsch Archaeological Sun Temple Site in Wayne County, Indiana

Both circular temples are clearly visible on this aerial photo from The dots in the center of the circles are burial mounds. Another undocumented earthwork on the northwest corner of the southern work is visible in this photo.

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Ohio Mounds: Earthwork in Miami County, Ohio

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Ohio Mounds: Earthwork in Miami County, Ohio

Nephilim Graveyard Discovered on the Banks of the White River at an Earthen Temple

The Adena Hopewell enclosure in Randolph County, Indiana is (was) the largest in the State. Despite years of plowing a few sections are still visible.

Noble County, Indiana This stone with natural sculpturing has the image of a face.  This stone would have been interpreted as being posssessed with spirits and would have been venerated.

Mound Builders: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley: Iroquois Spirit Stones Discovered at an Ancient Iroquois Burial Mound Site in Noble County, Indiana

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