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|Title||The Largest Mound in America|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1926|
|Authors||Black, Golden H., and Louis H. Petersen|
|Date Published||April 1926|
|Keywords||Ancient America - North America; Archaeology; Mound Builders|
A large mound located at Moundville, West Virginia, is believed to have existed for some three thousand years. Three human skeletons were discovered within the mound’s two vaults. A stone located at the mound and now held at the Smithsonian Institute contains an inscription that has never been deciphered. Some Latter-day Saints consider these things to be archaeological evidences of the Book of Mormon.
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