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By Paul Arentz 

Garman Nature Preserve unveils interpretative panels by Ho-Chunk artist


Ho-Chunk/White Earth Ojibway artist Christopher Sweet.

The Dr. J.S. Garman Nature Preserve located in the Northwest corner of Jefferson County, Wisconsin, is yet another unique park in that it has a deep-rooted connection with the indigenous people of Wisconsin. On Saturday, May 22nd, that connection was celebrated with the unveiling of four interpretative panels

The preserve has 22 Native American conical mounds that are thousands of years old. Built by the ancestors of the Hocak (Ho-Chunk) tribe, conical mounds are round, dome-shaped and usual...

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