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4.6 Southcentral Tribes

The population of the Mississippian region started to decline from 1400. Mississippian sites existed as far north as Wisconsin. The Sioux, for example, were initially a Mississippian people who had inhabited lower Ohio and Mississippi Valley. In the 1400s they were dispersed and fragmented for unknown reason and moved north to Wisconsin and northern Minnesota.

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