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Oakville Indian Mounds

The Oakville Indian Mounds are prehistoric structures built by Native Americans near what is now Moulton, Lawrence County. They were likely built during the Woodland period, which spans a time period between 1,000 and 2,000 years ago, by people who belonged to the Copena Mortuary Complex culture. The site is part of the 83-acre Oakville Indian Mounds Park, which also includes the Oakville Indian Education Museum.
Courtesy of Butch Walker