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The Ocmulgee Indian mounds National Monument is located in Macon Georgia on the east bank of the Ocmulgee river. The Indian mounds were said to have been built before 1000 A.D. and inhabited for anywhere from 12,000 to 17,000 years. The site contains seven Indian mounds which include ceremonial chambers, a burial mound, and a great temple along with trenches said to have been for defensive purposes. The main route of travel for the prehistoric indigenous peoples of the Ocmulgee Indian Mounds ancient civilization was by canoe via the Ocmulgee river. Who built the Ocmulgee Indian mounds? Digging back into Appalachian Indian history points towards the clovis ice age people who are believed to have hunted wooly mammoths, mastodons, and other extinct dinosaurs during the last ice age.     

Ocmulgee National Monument Macon Georgia.