Silver Mound Archeological District

© Photographed June 22, 2018
Erected 2006 by National Park Service,
United States Department of the Interior
Alma Center, Jackson County, Wisconsin
44.422169, -90.950212

SILVER MOUND
ARCHEOLOGICAL DISTRICT
has been designated a
NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK

Silver Mound was prominent as a unique
source of tool-stone and is significant
for its role in the initial peopling of
North America by the earliest Americans.
2006

National Park Service
United States Department of the Interior

The Silver Mound Archeological District is part of the Hixon / Alma Center KOA campground. The marker is located at the entrance to the campground, near the park office, located at N9657 WI-95, Alma Center, Wisconsin 54611.




The marker (visible to the right) is at the check-in area
for the Alma Center KOA Campground.

The north side of Silver Mound; the KOA campground
is located on the southeast side.

The entrance to the KOA campground.

Wisconsin Historical Society "official" Marker 240
"Silver Mound" was erected in nearby Alma Center in 1997.


The marker is located in Alma Center, Wisconsin.

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