WHILE IN MURFREESBORO

SEE The 1000 year old

  

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1 1/4  miles from the courthouse

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Our tour is self guided and includes an on site museum, the excavated mounds

and a field where you can hunt for arrowheads (finders keepers).

There is a small admission charge for the tour, it is as follows;

 

0 to 5 years - free,   6 to 12 years - $4.00  &  13 years and over - $8.00

 

We are open 7 days a week 

Winter hours; 9:00am-5:00pm     LABOR DAY TO MEMORIAL DAY

Summer hours; 9:00am-7:00pm   MEMORIAL DAY TO LABOR DAY

 

We do offer Group Rates so please email or call ahead for prices.

www.kadohainfo@windstream.net   Phone: 1-870-285-4167

 

 

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A.S.A.A.

 ANNUAL

DIG 2002

 

 

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A.S.A.A.

 ANNUAL

DIG 2003

 

Next dig date is

June 2-11 2004

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A.S.A.A.

 ANNUAL

DIG 2004

 

Next dig date is

June 19-30 2005

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A.S.A.A.

 ANNUAL

DIG 2005

 

 

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To contact Dr. Gramly you can go to his web site at ......  http://asaa-persimmonpress.com  

 

THE KA-DO-HA INDIAN VILLAGE

Long before the white man came, their civilization was flourishing. They were known to modern men only as the Mound Builders. One of the most intriguing examples of their unique civilization lies at KA-DO-HA Indian Village just 1 1/4 miles from Murfreesboro, Arkansas.

KA-DO-HA Indian village is a pre-historic site that was populated by the Mound Builders approximately 1,000 years ago.

At KA-DO-HA Indian village you will be able to gaze backward into time and see beautifully molded and decorative pottery, pipes, and expertly chipped flint, all fashioned by hand by these artistic people. You will learn how the mysterious mounds were constructed and you will see the reconstructed mud and straw houses. You will come to understand their customs, their ceremonies, and their way of life.

When you visit the many exhibits in or audio museum you will be amazed at the intricacy of the mound builder civilization. KA-DO-HA Indian village also includes tours of the excavations where you will view actual archaeological discoveries, a trading post featuring Indian crafts and souvenirs, and a designated area for guests to hunt arrowheads


For more information E-Mail me!

SAM

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