Indians mounds, and the sites of their former locations in the United States of America.
Big Mound site
Saint Louis, MO
"Cote Brilliante" is the name the French settlers of Saint Louis gave the Indian Mound located at the site of present day Sherman Park at Martin Luther King and Kingshighway.
Sugar Loaf Mound is the last official extant mound in the city of Saint Louis, MO. Two houses occupy this site. One house has been purchased by the Osage nation for future restoration.
This tumulus near the Mississippi River in Saint Louis is a site the early European settlers of Saint Louis called the Falling Gardens, because it is part of a series of terraces that once led from the west bank of the river into a mound complex.