Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site

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About Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site, Cartersville

Etowah Indian Mounds (9BR1) are a 54-acre (220,000 m2) archaeological site in Bartow County, Georgia south of Cartersville, in the United States. Built and occupied in three phases, from 1000–1550 AD, the prehistoric site is located on the north shore of the Etowah River. Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site is a designated National Historic Landmark, managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. It is the most intact Mississippian culture site in the Southeastern United States.


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Address: 813 Indian Mound Rd SE, Cartersville, GA 30120, USA

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Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • It's an amazing, mostly unknown fact that several Native American cultures existed prior to the present one's. The Mississppians, ancestors of today's Mohegan (Creek) people, constructed a massive empire spanning all the rivers from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes. Etowah is Atlanta's part of that great empire.

  • Considering the wars and struggles that occurred on this land, it is a peaceful and spiritual place. We liked the movie and the displays. A reviewer said the exhibit case lights were burned out, but if you look a little harder, you will notice that there is a button that you push to turn on conserve bulbs and energy...

  • Well worthwhile. Beautiful site. Check out Cartersville too.

  • Shout out to whoever cuts all of that grass, huge area, but it was all neatly trimmed! Like 5 bucks to get in, and they let you bring your pups, so it was a nice nature walk for me, and few friends, and the greatest dog in the world.

  • Great place to learn some history and some things about Native American culture

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