Sellars Farm State Archaeological Area
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Photograph of Sellars Farm site overlaid with artist's concept
The first part of the Sellars Farm trail is gravelled and runs under trees.
The Sellars Farm trail emerges into an open field.
Wildflowers, like this ironweed, grow all along the Sellars Farm trail.
Butterfly Milkweed At Sellars Farm.
The platform mound is on the right, with the tallest trees growing on it.
A defensive wall with bastions surrounded the Sellars Farm town.
Cross section of the defensive earthworks at Sellars Farm.
A view of the west side of the platform mound. Please don't climb on it.
A description of the Sellars Farm platform mound.
Wildflowers grow around the base of the Sellars Farm platform mound.
A view of the platform mound looking west across the plaza.
This photo of the mound was taken in late winter around the year 2000.
This drawing by Douglas Henry shows two warriors playing a game of chunkey.
Wildflowers line the trail across the Sellars Farm plaza.
What the area around the plaza might have looked like back in the day.
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