Etowah Indian Mounds

As the Mississippian Culture came to an end one of its last great cities was here near the juncture of the Etowah River and Pumpkinvine Creek at what today is called the Etowah Indian Mounds State Park. The 54 acre site includes 7 mounds, borrow pits, plaza, portions of the original village and a museum.
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