Talk:Angel Mounds

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Mounds[edit]

"Mounds" seem plural to me, but in the own Chapter "Mounds" there is only information about "Mound A" (or Central Mound). Is there something missing? When there is a Mound A, it should also exist a "Mound B", ... please forgive me my bad english -- Hartmann Schedel Prost 18:22, 16 August 2010 (UTC)

there are between 10 and 15 mounds at site, it is just that n o one has written about them here yet.Heiro 18:27, 16 August 2010 (UTC)
wonderful and thank you for the quick response. Ok nobody wrote something but it is maybe a good idea, just mention this 10-15 Mounds in the Article? btw: the Reference 4 is a very obscure thing with all this blacked text - wat is so secret on this? -- Hartmann Schedel Prost 18:50, 16 August 2010 (UTC)
I'm sure myself or someone else will get around to it eventually, although I personally don't have time to now. As for the redacted Pdf, it seems it is probably based on an old govt document from the National Park Service, from before it was a park open to the public. At that time they may have not wanted the general public to know its exact location, as to keep looters from sneaking in and illegally digging on the site and selling the artifacts on the black market. All of the redacted parts seem to areas describing its exact location and address. Heiro 00:53, 17 August 2010 (UTC)
thank you again for the response - yes this sounds like an understandable reason for black that things out. Good Night for now -- Hartmann Schedel cheers 01:09, 17 August 2010 (UTC)