Upper Mississippian culture
Upper Mississippian culture, sometimes referred to as Upper Mississippian cultures (plural), is the archaeological designation for certain late prehistoric cultures of the indigenous peoples of eastern North America, located in the present day Midwestern United States region.
- the Oneota tradition or culture - in the Mississippian culture, it flourished in the area around Lake Michigan and over into Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri
- the Fort Ancient culture - in parts of Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio
 See also
- Mississippi Valley: Culture, phase, and chronological periods table - List of archaeological periods
- List of Mississippian sites
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