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Before Europeans arrived on this continent,  Native Americans constructed huge mounds.  Many have been fully or partly excavated, and we offer a list of those that have been at least partially preserved.  Many of the sites we present have museums or interpretive centers.  If we've missed some or need to update information on others, please tell us  
 

Mounds Kentucky - North Carolina

 
  Mounds Pages:  AL-FL, GA-IN, KY-NC, OH-TN  
 

 

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  Kentucky
  Wickliffe
  Wickliffe Mounds Research Center
 
94 Green Street
  PO Box 155
 
Wickliffe KY 42087
  Phone 270 335-3681
  Web Site http://campus.murraystate.edu/org/WMRC/WMRC.htm
  E-mail mailto:wmounds@brtc.net 
 
Description  four mounds, architecture building, excavation trail, wildflower area,  woodswalk trail, exhibit buildings with artifacts from 1930's era excavations
 
Type of Resource  Museum
  
Building Type       Mounds
   Field of Study/Science Facility
    Archaeology
   Group Identity
        Native American
   Era
                  1100-1350 AD
  
New or Updated:              07/17/2003  
 

 

  MN
 
International Falls
  Grand Mound Interpretive Center
 
6749 Highway 11
  International Falls  MN  56649  
 
Phone  218 285-3332
  Web Site  http://www.mnhs.org/places/sites/index.html
  Toll Free  888 727-8386
  Alt Web  http://www.intlfalls.org/att.htm
  Description  burial mound of Laurel Indians, visitor center with exhibits  LISTED ON MHS       SITE AS CLOSED 7/23/2003
 
Type of Resource  Museum
  Primary Focus  Visitor Center
  Building Type  Mounds
  Group Identity  Native American
  Era  200BC-800  AD
 
Owner/Operator:  Minnesota Historical Society
  New or Updated: 
07/23/2003
Missouri
East Prairie
Towosahgy State Historical Site
13630 South Highway 102
Big Oak Tree State Park
East Prairie MO 63835
Phone 
573 649-3149
Web Site  www.mostateparks.com/towosahgy.htm
Description 64 acre site of fortified village between 1000-1400 AD
Type of Resource Museum
Building Type Mounds
Field of Study Science Facility Archaeology

  NC

  Mt Gilead

  Town Creek Indian  Mound State Historic Site

  509 Town Creek Mound Road

  Mt Gilead    NC      27306    

  Phone   910 439-6802

  Web Site  http://www.ah.dcr.state.nc.us/sections/hs/town/town.htm

  E-mail  mailto:towncreek@ncmail.net

  Alt Web  http://www.arch.dcr.state.nc.us/amonth/twncreek.htm

  Description  reconstructed, stockaded ceremonial center with mound, temple buildings & burial house

  Type of Resource   Museum

  Primary Focus  Village

  Building Type   Mounds

  Group Identity   Native American

  Era  1200

  New or Updated:              4/7/2005

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