|The Mound Builders - The Ancient Ones- The Giants - The Men of Old - The Mound Builders -
|Photo on Left is Cahokia Mounds - east of St. Louis MO
and the Photo on the bottom is of Aztalan which is almost identical to
the Hill Crest Mound of Burlington
|Fischer Park Conical Mound
30326 Durand Ave (Hwy 11) Off Browns Lake . The
Native Americans called Browns Lake - 'Lake of the
There are no markers whatsoever to give reference to
the beautiful mounds in the park! What pleasure
people could take in the mounds - if they only knew..
|Browns Lake Conical Mound
Located This second mound is located off Browns Lake on Hwy W . This one
seems to have been used several times. One as an 'ancient' mound - then a
Native American Burial Mound - then a cemetery dating early 1800's. When we
first started reporting this cemetery, it was unkept with broken tombstones.
Since then it has been cleaned with the broken tombstones removed.
Unfortunately, no markers were set to mark the graves of which had the
tombstones removed. As the story goes, the remains of the Native Americans
were damaged and discarded as they made way for the new wave of tenants .
This seems to be one of the higher points overlooking Burlington . *Mounds all
around the Browns Lake Area. However -No Markers indicating Mounds are
|A race, that long has passed away ,Built them ...
a disciplined and populous race
Heaped, with long toil, the earth.
The red man came...
The roaming hunter tribes, warlike and fierce,
And the mound-builders vanished from the earth.
The gopher mines the ground Where stood the swarming cities.
All is gone; Allâ save the piles of earth that hold their bones,
The platforms where they worshipped unknown gods.
|Is the Ancient City of Burlington Wisconsin Comparable to Cahokia Mounds?
Go to the following Site and read more about Ancient Burlington
Following Photo was found by Mary Sutherland in the archived photos at Burlington Historical Society
Mary Sutherland has named this mound - Hill Crest Mound
Wehmhoff Panther Mound
Burlington Hill Crest Mound
Burlington Serpent Ridge
Mysteries of Burlington
Mysteries of Burlington 2
Mysteries of Burlington 3
Burlington Mound Builders
Burlington Mound Builders
Historical and Sacred Site
Tours of Burlington
|Ancient Giant Race of Burlington Wisconsin
Earthen Mounds- Temples- Sacred Sites and Burial Sites of Burlington
Wisconsin - Compiled and Researched by Mary Sutherland
Yes - We do tours of the Sacred Sites of Burlington Click Here for More
|"The Record of Rajah Manchou of Vorito."
(Facsimile of the Brass Plates). Voree, Wisconsin Territory:
1845.19.6 cm. x 10.6 cm. Broadside.
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| BRASS PLATES DISCOVERED
This earliest known imprint of the Mormons who followed
James J. Strang is a rare facsimile of the brass plates, which
in 1845 Strang purportedly discovered buried in a hillside
beneath the roots of a giant oak tree at Voree, Wisconsin
Territory and which were lost at the beginning of this century.
The area is now known as Morman Road in Burlington,
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|Old New York TImes Article on Earthen
Mounds Finds around Burlington Wisconsin
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The Giant Mound Builders of Burlington
Mary Sutherland Click Here for PDF
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