East Side History Madison’s Blog

By and for the East Side History Club, a project of the Goodman Community Center

Saturday September 15: The Pre-History of Southern Wisconsin

Posted by eastsidehistorymadison on September 1, 2012


To children growing up in the Schenk- Atwood neighborhood, the presence of effigy mounds and Indian trails along the lakeshore have always been a source of delight and inspiration for imaginative play.

Amy L. Rosebrough, Wisconsin Historical Society Staff Archaeologist and author, will speak about the pre-history of Southern Wisconsin, Ann Waidelich will add notes specific to Madison’s East Side.

Attendees are welcome to bring artifacts and memories involving our neighborhood’s Native American connections.


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