What are mounds?

Some articles on mounds, mound:

Mounds, Oklahoma - Education
... Enrollment in the Mounds public school district serves about 840 pupils ... Mounds allocates approximately $2,854 per pupil for instructional expenses ...
Shambling Mound - Ecology - Typical Physical Characteristics
... Shambling mounds are usually about six feet tall, with an eight foot girth, when they stand erect ... In their natural environment, shambling mounds are almost invisible ... Stories tell of shambling mounds moving about in electrical storms without flinching from the frequent lightning strikes, even direct strikes ...
Leake Mounds
... Leake Mounds (9BR2) is an important archaeological site in Bartow County, Georgia built and used by peoples of the Swift Creek Culture ... The site is 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Etowah Mounds on the Etowah River, although it predates that site by hundreds of years ... nearly 50,000 square feet (4,600 m2) on the site showed that Leake Mounds was one of the most important Middle Woodland period site in this area from ...
St. Johns Culture - Mounds
... Purpose-built mounds of sand (as opposed to shell middens) first appeared in the St ... As was common throughout Florida, mounds were used for burials ... were first placed in charnel houses, which were often built on top of a mound ...
Serpent Mounds Park
... Serpent Mounds Park is a private campground, day-use park, and a National Historic Site of Canada located in Keene, Ontario ... Serpent Mounds is a former provincial park that was established in 1955, in 1995 the park was gifted to the Hiawatha First Nation, a historic Mississaugas ...