Emerald Mound and Others in Our Homelands

LaDonna Brown

LaDonna surveys other mounds from the Woodland and Mississippian period. She cites Owl Creek and Bynum Mounds, Emerald Mounds – which is the largest single mound in the Chickasaw homelands. (Cahokia is the largest mound site.) Pinson and Pharr Mounds are also important.


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