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Historic and modern worlds meet in Vanderburgh County. Located here is a historic Middle Mississippian Indian town of the 14th and 15 centuries. THe inhabitants built a commercial and religious regional center, which included an eastern mound rising 44 feet and covering four acres. Currently, the county seat, Evansville, is the largest city in southern Indiana.
Feather and multi-colored bead-like fragments crafted from aluminum lie burried in a ridge of stone, sketching an incomplete profile
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