Oh, yes, I’ve found another Indian Mound site to visit.  What can I say?  Yes, there are a lot of similarities, but there are also differences.  And I really enjoy walking the sites and imagining the life that used to go on there.  This was an active village from about 900 – 1550 AD.  It was visited by the Spanish explorer Hernando De Soto in August 1540.  And, within a very short time, the village was decimated by all the European diseases brought by the explorer and his men.  The survivors fled from the site, and eventually became part of the Creek nation.

It was a very nice sunny day, and cool by Georgian standards (high 70’s) so I had a most pleasant walk around the site.  It had heated up by the time I went inside to the museum and the welcome cool of their air conditioning.