Powers Bluff is a worn down peak of an ancient mountain range which once covered northern Wisconsin. In geology it is known as monadnock. It is comprised almost entirely of solid metamorphic rock called quartzite.
Powers Bluff originated eons . . . — — Map (db m6109) HM
These Indian burial sites are believed to be from descendants of the Winnebago and Prairie Band Potawatomi People.
The Potawatomi tradition was to build a grave house over the burial site. These grave houses are meant to deteriorate naturally . . . — — Map (db m6103) HM
In early spring, the native ceremonial dances took place here. At their conclusion the Indians returned to their firesides amid chants and the symbolic beat of drums to thank the Great Spirit for the Spring's return. Indians from other tribes . . . — — Map (db m6128) HM
The Indians named Powers Bluff Tah-qua-kik, and was for some years the home of three tribes of Indians; the Chippewa, the Potawatomi, and the Winnebago. Local historians say that some of the Potawatomi lived here as early as 1866. They lived on the . . . — — Map (db m6110) HM