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Aztalan: Mysteries of an Ancient Indian Town review é eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Aztalan has remained a mystery since the early nineteenth century when it was discovered by settlers who came to the Crawfish River fifty miles west of Milwaukee Who were the early indigenous people who inhabited this place When P of people who first settled here in 1100 AD Filled with maps drawings and photographs of artifacts this small volume examines a time before modern Native American people settled in this area. Aztalan a fortified American Indian farming community approx 1050 1150 AD near Lake Mills Wisconsin is a fascinating archeological site It was a large ceremonial center and strategically placed trading outpost colonized by Mississippians who had migrated up from the metropolis of Cahokia centered along the Mississippi River near St Louis Missouri and East St Louis Illinois Author Robert Birmingham a former Wisconsin State Archeologist and professor at UW Waukesha served as an outstanding and immensely knowledgeable tour guide

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Aztalan has remained a mystery since the early nineteenth century when it was discovered by settlers who came to the Crawfish River fifty miles west of Milwaukee Who were the early indigenous. This little book is a gem in that it describes the civilizations that lived at Aztalan as well as the archeology work that was done there Now it is a park and the remains are protected which is a very good thing The book dispels the wrong headed thinking of Euro Americans The native civilization was both Mississippian and hence connected with Cahokia and Late Woodland

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Aztalan Mysteries of an Ancient Indian TownPeople who inhabited this place When did they live here Why did they disappearBirmingham and Goldstein attempt to unlock some of the mysteries providing insights and information about the grou. A lifelong interest in the ways of Native Americans and the fact that Aztalan is located only about 12 miles from my home made this book a natural for meIt is well written and has lots of information