May 9 2012 Appalachia Newsletter
Have you ever visited a tourist site that has ancient Indian mounds on it and learned of the history of those mounds? Why were they built? What is inside those mounds of soil and fill? Come read my article about Indian mounds at Etowah and find out what this is all about.
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Etowah Indian Mounds - Georgia USA
The Muskogee peoples built the earthwork platform mounds known as the Etowah Indian Mounds, which is now a National Historic Landmark and state park. It is considered the most intact site of the Mississippian culture period.
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