Increase Lapham, a scientist and surveyor, mapped out the indian burial mounds in Mound Cemetery. (Photo provided by: State Historical Society of Wisconsin Visual Archives)
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Mound Cemetery superintendent Steve Bedard talks about the history behind the cemetery. Scientist and surveyor Increase Lapham and Dr. Philo Hoy mapped out the area back when it was still a territory. The cemetery originally had 138 burial mounds, but only 12 survived, Bedard said.
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