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Hampson Museum State Park houses and exhibits the archeological collections from the Nodena Site located in Mississippi County, Arkansas. American Indian artifacts unearthed from a nearby archaeological site on the Mississippi River are on display at the museum. The archeological materials are accompanied by graphics and written materials which explore the lifestyles of a farming-based civilization that inhabited this area from 1400 to 1650 AD.

Location: Hwy 61, Wilson Arkansas Telephone 870-655-8622

Other History nearby:
(Henning) Alex Haley State Historic Site & Museum
(Memphis) Center for Southern Folklore
(Philadelphia) City Hall - Philadelphia
(Wilson) Hampson State Museum
(Memphis) Hunt-Phelan Home
(Memphis) Magevney House

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