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The Great Circle Earthworks Museum
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The Great Circle Earthworks museum was the first institution devoted exclusively to the art of prehistoric Native Americans.  Located at the entrance of the Great Circle Earthworks.

Copyright: Bryant A Gilbert
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Uploaded: 21/02/2009
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Tags: great circle earthworks; museum; hopewell; moundbuilder; diorama; ohio; panorama; entrance
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