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Sellars Farm State Archaeological Area

Gallery Three

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Looking west across the Sellars Farm plaza
The Sellars Farm trail, looking west across the plaza.
Spring Creek at the Sellars Farm site.
Spring Creek at the Sellars Farm site.
Sellars Farm mussel shell.
Spring Creek provided river mussels, an important food for the town.
The bluffs along Spring Creek, opposite the Sellars Farm site.
The bluffs along Spring Creek, opposite the Sellars Farm site.
The trail at Sellars Farm runs through a stand of river cane.
The trail at Sellars Farm runs through a light stand of river cane.
Blackeyed susans line the trail at Sellars Farm
Blackeyed susans line the trail at Sellars Farm.
More blackeyed susans in the woods at Sellars Farm.
More blackeyed susans in the woods at Sellars Farm.
Platform Mound At Sellars Farm.
The platform mound at Sellars Farm, barely visible, rises under the trees.

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