Remarkable Ohio

Serpent Mound Marker

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  • Shrum Mound Shrum Mound
  • 2-25 National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century Monument 2-25 National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century Monument
  • 2-25 Mound 2-25 Mound
  • 2-25 Shrum Mound September 2006 2-25 Shrum Mound September 2006
  • 2-25 Shrum Mound 2-25 Shrum Mound
  • 2-25 Shrum Mound 2-25 Shrum Mound
  • 2-25 Cheryl & Ernie Tuller 2-25 Cheryl & Ernie Tuller
  • 2-25 #2-25 Shrum Mound View A 2-25 #2-25 Shrum Mound View A
  • 2-25 #2-25 Shrum Mound Gates 2-25 #2-25 Shrum Mound Gates
  • 2-25 #2-25 Shrum Mound 2-25 #2-25 Shrum Mound
  • 2-25 Marker Close-up 2-25 Marker Close-up
  • 2-25 Mound Base 2-25 Mound Base
  • 2-25 Shrum Mound Gate September 2006 2-25 Shrum Mound Gate September 2006

ALERT: This marker has been replaced by marker 109-25, Campbell Memorial Park. For historical and reference purposes, this listing will remain on our website.

Title, side A
Shrum Mound
Text, side A
On July 7, 1929, the site of this prehistoric Indian Mound was dedicated in memory of Governor James E. Campbell. The park was donated to The Ohio Historical Society by his daughter, Jessie Campbell Coons. It received the name Shrum Mound from the family who owned the land for many generations. It was built by the prehistoric Adena people sometime between 1000 B.C. and 700 A.D.