Towosahgy Indian Mounds

Towosahgy Indian Mounds


New Madrid, Missouri (MO), US
Towosahgy, an Osage Indian word meaning "Old Town" was a fortified ceremonial center inhabited by the Mississippian Era Mound Builders until approximately A.D. 1400. Today, the site consists of a central plaza surrounded by six mounds with the largest mound being approximately 180' wide by 250' long at its base and 16' high.
Towosahgy, an Osage Indian word meaning "Old Town" was a fortified ceremonial center inhabited by the Mississippian Era Mound Builders until approximately A.D. 1400. Today, the site consists of a central plaza surrounded by six mounds with the largest mound being approximately 180' wide by 250' long at its base and 16' high.
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