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Federal and State Protected Sites, Preserved Mounds

North Dakota

Pulver Mounds State Historic Site

"Two low burial mounds from Woodland culture tradition of the Late Prehistoric Period are the main features of this site which was donated by the Falkirk Mining Company. Access is limited by current mining activity." Source: North Dakota State Historic Sites

Standing Rock Historic Site

Called Inyan Bosendata by the Sioux Indians for whom it is sacred, Standing Rock is located two miles east of Little Yellowstone Park. The rock, four feet tall and shaped like an inverted cone, stands on a complex of prehistoric burial mounds dating from the Woodland Period. Source: North Dakota State Historic Sites


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