Sometimes really good things happen just because we change our plans at the last minute. Today, I had that experience! Read about my second visit to Aztalan State Park and what a difference a guided tour by an expert archeologist can make.
Posted by jetsytravels on August 12, 2012 in US, Wisconsin and tagged archeology, history, museums, native American archeologial sites, native americans, ruins, state parks, wisconsin.
About jetsytravelsI travel a lot and want to travel even more. I really enjoy it! I have no travel expertise or special knowledge. I do have opinions, observations, impressions and photographs to share. If I am not particularly edifying - perhaps I will be entertaining! Who am I? I have an MBA and founded a catalog business about 17 years ago, called Isla, now also online as IslaOnline.com. I am a wife, and mother of two grown (nearly) sons. I split my residential time between Puerto Rico and Wisconsin.
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Fascinating topic and maybe you should read the Book, 1491 by Charles Mann. It changes your whole perspective on what is Old World vs New World. We were taught history from the Eurocentric theories of human culture and there is a lot of new thought on where the first civilizations were started. Pretty interesting.
Interesting! Tell me more …