Sellars Farm State Archaeological Area
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Entrance to Sellars Farm
Sellars Farm Parking
Sellars Farm Trailhead
The Sellars Farm kiosk gives an excellent overview of the site.
Description of the Sellars Farm Site
Ranger Kathryn And Ranger Tyler Blystone
Building methods used at the Sellars Farm site
The kiosk also gives the contemporary history of the site.
This panel explains the conservation of archaeological sites
A cutaway view of a Mississippian house.
Stone sculpture found at the Sellars Farm Site.
This timeline shows the Mississippian culture period in relation to previous periods.
Dr. Fredric Putnam of the Peabody Museum at Harvard did some excavations at Sellars Farm in 1877.
This 1877 map shows the earthworks at Sellars Farm, then known as Lindsley estates, as they appeared then.
Ranger Blystone uses a variety of interesting visual aids to interpret daily life at the Sellars Farm site.
Signs at the start of the Sellars Farm trail.
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