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Big Falls Duck River 1958 | by Ursula in Aus (Resting - Away)
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Big Falls Duck River 1958

Middle Tennessee is an area rich with Native American history.


In Coffee County, there is a stunningly beautiful peninsula formed where the Little Duck and Big Duck rivers almost meet, then spread apart for a while, and then meet to become the Duck. During the Middle Woodland Period, some 1,500-2,000 years ago, Pre-Columbian Native Americans built a perimeter wall of stone and earthwork around a 50 acre (0.20 sq km) mound. Archaeological evidence suggests the walls were built in stages between 30-550 AD, and that the area was used continuously for about 500 years


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Taken on May 19, 2015