The Native American Dwelling Site Found Near Cleveland Is A Historical Wonder

Believe it or not, Greater Cleveland abounds with evidence of early Native American activity. Indigenous tribes are said to have built long-gone mounds right in our now-developed city, but locals tend to be rather unaware of what life in our area was like just a few thousand years ago. Nonetheless, these ancient peoples left evidence of their daily lives right under our feet… perhaps even under where you are right now. You may be surprised to learn that they left evidence of their presence throughout areas that are now parkland, including one spectacular reservation in Sheffield Village.

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Still want more information on the archaeological activity at this site? Check out this video from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History:

It truly is amazing to consider the role that area parks play in education. Have you ever visited this stunning reservation in Sheffield Village? Were you surprised to learn that this park hides such an important Native American site?

If you are hooked on area history, you’ll adore a hike through this ancient earthworks site in the Cleveland Metroparks.