Mound Worship

POSTED BY: News Department
Saturday, January 25, 2003 - 10:04 PM
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A group demanding increased public access to ancient indians mounds in Newark paid about $875 in fines and costs for a woman convicted of tresspassing at the site. All money was in Sacagawea dollar coins. Barbara Crandell and two fellow members of Friends of the Mounds handed over the coins, wrapped in $25 bank rolls. The 73-year-old Crandell, of Thronville, was convicted in November of tresspassing at the Octagon Earthworks, which was built about 1650 years ago by the Hopewell Indians, and is now the site of a private golf course.

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