• A quiet summer walk through the Marching Bear Group of effigy mounds

    Effigy Mounds

    National Monument Iowa

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If you would like information on how to file a FOIA request for documents held by Effigy Mounds National Monument you may contact the park's Administrative Officer, Florencia Wiles at 563-873-3491 ext. 103.

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Did You Know?

Marching Bear Mound Group lies beside the route of the Military Road

Soldiers built a military road that eventually extended approximately fifty miles, connecting Fort Atkinson with Fort Crawford. The road — which passed through the monument's South Unit — was one of the first government-authorized roads within what would become the State of Iowa.