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Angel Mounds State Historic Site
Named after the Angel family, the Angel Mounds State Historic Site is located on land that the Angel family owned for over 100 years before it was named a historic site. The site runs along the Ohio River in southern Indiana through Evansville.
Nationally recognized as one of the most well preserved prehistoric Native American sites, it holds great historical significance to the history of Native Americans in the United States as far back as 1,000 A.D. Angel Mounds is currently operated by Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites Corporation with help from a 501(c)3 called Friends of Angel Mounds who raises funds and volunteers for events.
The site has over 600 acres of walking trails. Group tours and field trips are also offered by Angel Mounds. A visit to the gift shop is a great way to end a visit to Angel Mounds and pick up a variety of merchandise, including literature to learn more about the rich history of the site.
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