- View of temple mound and stairs at Lake Jackson Mounds State Park Tallahassee, Florida
- Lake Jackson Mounds were a Mississippian-period (c. 1100AD ? 1500AD) ceremonial mound complex built by ancestors of the Apalachee peoples. Comprised on seven mounds (four of which have been drastically altered in the latter half of the 20th Century), the mounds have been extensively researched and excavated. The 204-acres park was acquired on 2 May 1966 by the Florida Park Service. The main use area, pictured here, is comprised of the main temple mound, one smaller mound, and the original plaza.
- 1 photonegative - b&w - 4 x 5 in.
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