Signal Hill Rededication

1911 photo
Signal Hill Mound rededication set at Wyalusing State Park*
A rededication of Signal Hill Mound at Wyalusing State Park will commemorate the 100th anniversary of its original dedication in 1911. The program will focus on the original dedication and the legacy of archaeologist Charles E. Brown and ongoing efforts to help preserve mound sites by archaeologists and the Wisconsin DNR. The program is at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the site adjacent to Wyalusing State Park’s Green Cloud Picnic Shelter near Bagley.
The Wisconsin Archaeological Society is sponsoring a picnic (brat cookout with $5 donation) at the Green Cloud Picnic Shelter following the ceremony. An afternoon tour of the Sny Magill Mound Site at Effigy Mounds National Monument is optional. Those planning to attend should contact Kurt Sampson at or 414.774.7381.
The event is co-sponsored by the Wisconsin Archaeological Society, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Friends of Wyalusing State Park, Effigy Mound National Monument, and the UW-L Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center.
If you go—
What: Signal Hill Mound Rededication Ceremony
When: 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24
Where: Signal Hill Mound Site, adjacent to Wyalusing State Park’s Green Cloud Picnic Shelter, Bagley.
Tour: from 2-3 p.m.: meet at the Sny Magill Unit; 6 miles south of McGregor, IA, on CTH 56.
Admission: Free; State park fees for entrance apply
*Source: Lacrosse Campus Connection

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