The Native American Burial Site Found In Minnesota Is A Historical Wonder

Minnesota officially became a state in 1858, but its history extends much further back than that. Before the first European settlers arrived, the region already had a rich history. Many Native American people lived in the land that we now call Minnesota and, over the centuries, left their indelible mark for future people to discover. You can still visit some of the relics of Minnesota’s native peoples at several places across the state today. One of the most fascinating historic areas in Minnesota is a Native American burial site in St. Paul. Take a look:

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Have you ever visited Indian Mounds Regional Park? For more early Minnesota history, also check out our article about the historic spot in Minnesota where history left its mark.

Address: 10 Mounds Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55106