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Federal and State Protected Sites, Preserved Mounds

Arkansas

Bay Mounds, Bay
Craighead Co.

Bay Mounds were entered with the National Register of Historic Places 1978 14 February.

Boone's Mounds
Calion, Calhoun Co.

Volume 34, 1993 of The Arkansas Archeologist, carries Investigations of Boone's Mounds (3CA9), Calhoun County, Arkansas; by Frank F. Schambach.

Boone's Mounds were entered with the National Register of Historic Places 1980 14 April.

Coy Mound Site
Coy, Lonoke Co.

Coy Mound Site was entered with the National Register of Historic Places 1995 22 September.

Chickasawba Mound
Blytheville, Mississippi Co.

Chickasawba Mound was entered with the National Register of Historic Places 1984 16 November.

Goforth-Saindon Mound Group
Siloam Springs, Benton Co.

The Goforth-Siandon Mound Group was entered with the National Register of Historic Places 1986 23 January.

Hughes Mound Site
Benton, Saline Co.

Hughes Mound Site was entered with the National Register of Historic Places 1985 10 October.

Menard-Hodges Mounds
Nady, Arkansas Co.

The Menard-Hodges Mounds were entered with the National Register of Historic Places 1985 31 October.

Parkin Archeological State Park

Parkin Archeological State Park
Located on the St. Francis River, Parkin is a 17 acre Native American village which was occupied from 1300 to 1550 A.D.

This Parkin Mound web page has a link to an aerial view.

Parkin Indian Mound was listed in the National Register of Historic Places 1966 15 October.

Toltec Mounds

Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park
There were hundreds of mound site located in Arkansas and the Lower Mississippi Valley. Toltec Mounds is one of the largest and most complex sites in the Lower Mississippi Valley.

Another link to the Toltec Mounds

The Toltec Mounds were listed in the National Register of Historic Places 1973 12 January.

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