Indian campsites

is there a map that shows registered indian campsites or burial grounds for Missouri?????

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Hi Josh , There are several Native American Burial Grounds in Missouri .   Check out the below web site and e-mail address . Hope this helps .

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Federal and State Protected Sites, Preserved Mounds Missouri
Boulware Mound Group Archaeological Site
Canton, Clark CO.

Boulware Mound Group Archaeological Site entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1970 21 January.

Brown, E.L. and Mound Archaeological Site
Diehlstadt, Scott Co.

Brown, E.L. and Mound Archaeological Site entered into the National Registry of Historic places 1971 12 February.

Crigler Mound Group Archaeological Site
Florida, Monroe Co.

Crigler Mound Archaeological Site entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1969 21 May.

Delta Center Mound
Portageville, Pemiscot Co.

Delta Center Mound entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1977 24 July.

Denton Mound and Village Archaeological Site
Denton, Pemiscot Co.

Denton Mound and Village Archaeological Site entered into the National Registry of Historic places 1969 29 July.

Mealy Mounds Archaeological Site
Mokane, Callaway Co.

Mealy Mounds Archaeological Site entered into the National Registry of Historic places 1975 25 January.

Mellor Village and Mounds Archaeological Site
Lamaine, Cooper Co.

Mellor Village and Mounds Archaeological District entered into the National Registry of Historic places 1969 21 May.

Mellor Village and Mounds Archaeological District (Boundary Increase)
Lamaine, Cooper Co.

Mellor Village and Mounds Archaeological Site entered into the National Registry of Historic places 1974 7 August.

Murphy Mound Archaeological Site
Caruthersville, Pemiscot Co.

Murphy Mound Archaeological Site entered into the National Registry of Historic places 1969 21 May.

Pigman Mound Archaeological Site
Riverton, Oregon Co.

Pigman Mound Archaeological Site entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1971 4 March.

Portwood Village and Mound
Portageville, New Madrid Co.

Portwood Village and Mound entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1977 25 November.

Sharkey Mound Group
Hannibal, Marion Co.
Sharkey Mound Group entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1973 18 December.

Sugar Loaf Mound
St. Louis, St. Louis Co.

Sugar Loaf entered into the National Registry of Historic places 1984 17 February.


 

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