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Aztalan Mound Park
Site of the famous prehistoric Indian stockade-protected village known as Aztalan. First described by N. F. Hyer in the Milwaukee Advertiser in January 1837. Described by Dr. Increase A. Lapham in the Antiquities of Wisconsin in 1855. Explored by the Milwaukee Public Museum in 1919-21, and presented to the Wisconsin Archeological Society. Marked by the Wisconsin Archeological Society, 1927.

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Aztalan State Park, WisconsinAztalan State Park

Aztalan was first settled around 900 by a Native American culture known as the Middle Mississippian Tradition..

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