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Grass has grown high and the ancient burial mounds are poorly maintained at the Marksville State Historic Site. The park is a National Historic Landmark and one of the country’s most significant archaeological sites. {Photo by Rene Borrel}

A tree blocks the path around the Prehistoric Indian Park & Museum. Maintenance of the state historic site has declined since the park was reduced to being open only one day a week due to state budget cuts. {Photo by Rene Borrel}

Marksville city officials call for action to save Indian Park

Something needs to be done to address the “deplorable” condition of the Prehistoric Indian Park & Museum, Marksville city officials said at the City Council meeting Jan. 11.

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