Archeology of the Funeral Mound: Ocmulgee National Monument, Georgia by Charles Fairbanks
English | Mar. 12, 2003 | ISBN: 0817313095 | 120 Pages | PDF | 11 MB
A premier mound site offers a wealth of primary data on mortuary practices in the Mississippian Period.
The largest prehistoric mound site in Georgia is located in modern-day Macon and is known as Ocmulgee. It was first recorded in August 1739 by General James Oglethorpe’s rangers during an expedition to the territory of the Lower Creeks.