Best Indigenous Monuments In The U.S.

Mesa Verde National Park

For more than 700 years, the area of Colorado that’s now Mesa Verde National Park was home to the Ancestral Puebloans. 

Chief Massasoit Statues

Across the street and up the hill from the famous Plymouth Rock is a statue of Chief Massasoit.

Devils Tower National Monument

Devil's Tower, a striking 867-foot natural structure rising from the grasslands of the Black Hills.

Crazy Horse Memorial

The Black Hills also contain a 6,532-foot-high mountain, which is the site of the Crazy Horse Memorial.

Hovenweep National Monument

Connected to the nearby Mesa Verde community, the Hovenweep area traces its first human inhabitants back more than 10,000 years.

National Native American Veterans Memorial

The National Native American Veterans Memorial is located on the grounds of the National Museum of the American Indian in the capital.

Indian Memorial at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

The decades-long clash between Native Americans and settlers of European descent came to a climax on June 25 and 26, 1876. 

Ocmulgee Mounds

Human settlement in central Georgia dates back to the Ice Age, about 17,000 years ago.

Hopewell Culture National Historical Park

Earthen mounds are also found in Ohio’s Hopewell Culture National Historical Park.

Montezuma Castle National Monument

A five-story, 20-room apartment complex built into the side of a limestone cliff in Cape Verde, Arizona, has long been.

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