Aztalan State Park is prehistoric, but has nothing to do with Aztec culture

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A man in a brown jacket stands holding a wooden rod upright. Behind him is a snowy hill and leafless trees in Winter.
Bill Quackenbush, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Ho-Chunk Nation, at an inter-Tribal event at the Kickapoo Valley Reserve celebrating an ancient Ho-Chunk game called “Snow Snake.” Courtesy / Casey Brown

Aztalan State Park is a Native American burial mound site. To archaeologists it is Wisconsin’s most important pre-historic site. The Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin discusses Aztalan’s true history and state management of Native American burial mound sites.

Episode Credits

  • Kealey Bultena Host
  • Avery Lea Rogers Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Bill Quackenbush Guest

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