Evansville, Indiana: Angel Mounds State Historic Site.

About 8 miles southeast of Evansville, Indiana’s 3rd largest city, right next to the mighty Ohio River, sits a centuries-old Native American archaeological site that few know exists. Officially known as the Angel Mounds State Historic Site, it encompasses around 600 acres and was a large residential and agricultural community. It primarily “served as the …

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Marengo Cave & Indiana Caverns.

When people think of Indiana, they usually think of flat, rural farmland. While they'd be correct regarding most of the state, the very southern section is anything but flat. It's pretty hilly, covered in dense woods, with numerous, extremely large caves and passages located all throughout. Four of the larger, more well-known cave systems in …

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