Youtube . . . Architectural models of two sections of Ocmulgee National Monument
The indigenous peoples of the Southeastern United States and Mississippian River Basin created true towns filled with a variety of types of architecture. This short video introduces viewers to architectural models of two neighborhoods within Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, Georgia.
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