The Native American Burial Site Found In West Virginia Is A Historical Wonder

The Mountain State has a rich Native American history with many families in some way descendants of one Native American society or another. And while our roots will always be entrenched in our home state of West Virginia (created in 1863), our heritage extends back thousands of years. Our state is home to numerous Indian Mounds, including the largest one in the world located in Moundsville (you can read all about that one in this previous article…).

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Want to visit? The next time you’re in South Charleston, head over to Criel Mound and feel the presence of the past. It’s located at