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Georgia Indian Mounds & Museums

Ancient Architects of Georgia
Indian Mounds were built in Georgia for over 4,000 years. Learn more about the accomplishments of Georgia's Native American architects through videos, Quicktime VR, 3D computer animations and more.

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Winner of Georgia Historical Society's Roger K. Warlick Local History Achievement Award!
 


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Public Indian Sites of Georgia
This is a comprehensive guide to all of the public archaeological sites and museums devoted to preserving  Native American heritage in Georgia.

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Public Indian Events of Georgia
This is a comprehensive guide to all of the Native American festivals, PowWows, and other events in Georgia.

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Georgia Before Oglethorpe
 Covers the little-known first two centuries of Georgia history after first European contact. Includes the first French and Spanish exploration of the state and the final arrival of the British under Oglethorpe.

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Public Indian Events in Georgia

Georgia Native American Indian Festivals, Pow-wows, & Other Events

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[1. Rossville Powwow] [2. Running Waters] [3.Cherokee County Powwow] [4. Stone Mountain Powwow] [5. Ocmulgee Indian Celebration] [6. Kolomoki Festival] [7. Chehaw Festival] [9. Ossahatchee Powwow] [10. St. George Powwow] [11. Fort King George Encampment]

 

 

 

 

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