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*'''SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park''', 2301 West River Road, [[Dayton]] , Ohio [http://sunwatch.boonshoftmuseum.org/]. 800-year-old village built by the Fort Ancient Indians.
 
*'''SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park''', 2301 West River Road, [[Dayton]] , Ohio [http://sunwatch.boonshoftmuseum.org/]. 800-year-old village built by the Fort Ancient Indians.
 
*'''Flint Ridge State Memorial''' 3 miles south of  [[Cynthia (Ohio)|Cynthia]], near (south/east) [[Newark (Ohio)|Newark]] off of SR 668. [http://www.ohiohistory.org/places/flint/]  Flint Ridge is a restored prehistoric quarry pit with a museum that explains both the digging and shaping of flint. It is a site well worth the visit. There is a flint knap-in (teaching, exhibiting flint knapping, swap flint) every Labor Day week end. At the other end of the park there is a camping area that has a fossil swap the same week end.
 
*'''Flint Ridge State Memorial''' 3 miles south of  [[Cynthia (Ohio)|Cynthia]], near (south/east) [[Newark (Ohio)|Newark]] off of SR 668. [http://www.ohiohistory.org/places/flint/]  Flint Ridge is a restored prehistoric quarry pit with a museum that explains both the digging and shaping of flint. It is a site well worth the visit. There is a flint knap-in (teaching, exhibiting flint knapping, swap flint) every Labor Day week end. At the other end of the park there is a camping area that has a fossil swap the same week end.
*'''Fort Ancient''', 6123 St Rt. 350, [[Oregonia]]. [http://www.ohiohistory.org/places/ftancien/] 18,000 feet of earthen walls built 2,000 years ago. There is 9,000 sq. foot museum, focusing on 15,000 years of the history of early man in the Ohio Valley.
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*'''Fort Ancient''', 6123 St Rt. 350, [[Oregonia (Ohio)|Oregonia]]. [http://www.ohiohistory.org/places/ftancien/] 18,000 feet of earthen walls built 2,000 years ago. There is 9,000 sq. foot museum, focusing on 15,000 years of the history of early man in the Ohio Valley.
  
 
*'''Miamisburg Mound''' ,[http://www.ohiohistory.org/places/miamisbg/] one mile south of exit 44 - SR 725 - and three miles west of exit 42 off I-75, in [[Miamisburg]]. Miamisburg Mound is the largest conical burial mound in the state of Ohio and possibly in the eastern U. S.,  constructed by the Adena Indians (800 BC - AD 100) on a 100-foot-high bluff, the mound measures 877 feet in circumference. Originally more than 70 feet high.
 
*'''Miamisburg Mound''' ,[http://www.ohiohistory.org/places/miamisbg/] one mile south of exit 44 - SR 725 - and three miles west of exit 42 off I-75, in [[Miamisburg]]. Miamisburg Mound is the largest conical burial mound in the state of Ohio and possibly in the eastern U. S.,  constructed by the Adena Indians (800 BC - AD 100) on a 100-foot-high bluff, the mound measures 877 feet in circumference. Originally more than 70 feet high.

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