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Federal and State Protected Sites, Preserved Mounds

West Virginia

Criel Mound

Criel Mound, is is the largest of approximately fifty conical type mounds of the Adena culture in an area west of Charleston, probably built between 250 and 150 BCE.

Grave Creek Mound
Moundsville, Marshall Co.

Grave Creek Mound

Grave Creek Mound entered the National Registry of Historic Places 1966 15 October.

South Charleston Mound
South Charleston, Kanawha

South Charleston Mound entered the National Register of Historic Places 1970 15 October

Link to some other West Virginia mounds including: Cemetery Mound, Goff Mound, Linden Reynolds Farm Mound, St. Mary's Mound. The Criel and Grave Creek Mounds are noted here but the South Charleston Mound is not.




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