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Federal and State Protected Sites, Preserved Mounds
Brick Church Mound and Village Site
Brick Church Mound and Village Site entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1973 7 May.
Cherry Creek Mound
Key, White Co.
Cherry Creek Mound entered the National Register of Historic Places 1978 15 December.
Chucalissa, Memphis, Tennessee
A small late Mississippian town.
Denmark Mound Group
Denmark, Madison Co.
Denmark Mound Group entered the National Register of Historic Places 1992 7 December.
Kingston Springs, Cheatham Co.
TNARCHNET information on Mound Bottom.
Go here for information on current state legislation pertaining to establishment of a state park incorporating Mound Bottom. Has also a link to a feasibility study and cover letter.
Mound Bottom entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1971 3 September.
McMinnville, Warren Co.
Myers Mound entered the National Register of Historic Places 1978 14 December.
Obion Mounds entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1973 7 May.
Old Stone Fort
Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, 732 Stone Fort Drive, Manchester, TN 37855
"The Old Stone Fort is a 2000-year old American Indian ceremonial site. It consists of mounds and walls which combine with cliffs and rivers to form an enclosure measuring 1-11/4 miles around. The 50-acres enclosed seem to have served as a central ceremonial gathering place for some 500 years."
Pinson, Madison Co.
Pinson Mounds, State Archaeological Park, 460 Ozier Rd., Pinson, TN
Pinson Mounds is one two archaeological parks in Tennessee set aside to protect prehistoric remains.
Pinson Mounds entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1966 15 Ocober
Sellars Indian Mound
Lebanon, Wilson Co.
Friends of the Sellars Farm Archaeological Park web site.
Sellars Indian Mound entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1972 11 December.
Shiloh Indian Mounds Site, Shiloh National Military Park
Hurley, Hardin Co.
Shiloh National Military Park
Shiloh Indian Mounds Site entered the National Register of Historic Places 1979 7 May.
April 2002 Jackson Sun News article on the Shiloh mounds which talks about the problems with erosion that are had there.
(Quoted directly from material for release) Beginning on July 9th 2001, the National Park Service's Southeast
Archeological Center (SEAC) commenced an archeological testing program of
Mound A of the Shiloh Mound Complex. This mound group located at Shiloh
National Military Park (SHIL) was occupied from ca. A.D. 1000 to 1350, by
Mississippian peoples. The site includes a number of mounds around a
plaza, on a high bluff overlooking the Tennessee River. The community was
fortified, with an encircling palisade.
The goals of the project are to examine the internal structure of Mound A
and adjoining areas of the site near the bluff edge that are eroding into
the Tennessee River. The excavation is one of the largest ever conducted
on a national park in the Southeast, and is expected to make a number of
significant discoveries that should substantially increase our
understanding of the prehistory of the region.
A web site on the project will be updated as the project goes, presenting
day-to-day discoveries at:
Woodland Mound Archeological District
Chattanooga, Hamilton Co.
Woodland Mound Archeological District entered the National Register of Historic Places 1984 22 May (Multiple: Moccasin Bend MRA).
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