Moundville by Carol Hicks
Moundville Alabama

Moundville, Alabama ~ Native American Mounds

Period: Mississippian

Overlooking the Black Warrior River, Moundville is one of the most impressive Mississippian era mound complexes in the U.S., surpassed only by Cahokia, IL. The archeological park has 26 well-preserved or restored pyramid-shaped mounds. Several intriguing designs are found in the Moundville artifacts. Among these are the feathered serpent and the eye-in-hand, which are symbols involved in the Path of Souls' death journey.

Links to learn more about the Moundville

Native American Mounds in Alabama

Native American Mounds in Alabama: An Illustrated Guide to Public Sites

by Gregory L. Little (Author), Carol Hicks (Illustrator)
Advanced Training Associates; 1st edition (May 17, 2017)