Ted, is there any known record as to what times of year the mounds were specifically used? Were they made and then left alone, basically, as static guardiansMessage 1 of 4 , Mar 30, 2011View Source
Ted, is there any known record as to what times of year the mounds were specifically used? Were they made and then left alone, basically, as static guardians of their realm... Or were they tended and carefully groomed in the summer to prevent tree over-growth, or were they intentionally gardened for 'strong medicine' crops such as tobacco... and or were they used at all in the wintertime as snow would impede travel to or from the sites? The photos are brilliant. Was the snow groomed over the winter by the groundskeepers now, at all, or is that their natural condition in the cold season?
--- On Mon, 3/21/11, ted sojka <tedsojka@...> wrote:
From: ted sojka <tedsojka@...>
Subject: [ancient_waterways_society] Muscoda mound group photo album
Date: Monday, March 21, 2011, 5:33 PMThere is a new photo album on this site of several of the event on 3 19 2011.
For those who wish to see just the mound group along the Ancient Wisconsin River waterway.
For those who cannot see the pictures go to this site and click the link to Shadelwald Mound Group to see them in the snow.
When you open the site, click on the link to Shadewald Mound Group. There are five pictures from the air that show the group in the snow.
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