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Etowah Indian Mounds is an archeological site in Georgia, USA. This is a pre historic site that occupies 54 acre territory in Georgia. It is recognized as National Historical Landmark. From 1000 AD to 1550 AD this site was used as home to several thousand Native Americans. Etowah Mounds are the best preserved Mississippian Culture site with only nine percent of it being excavated.
Stovall Mill Covered Bridge is a 36.8 feet long wooden bridge in White County built by Will Pardue in 1895. Even though it was previously used as any other bridge, today, the main road is located further away from it. It is one of the smallest covered bridges in Georgia that used to serve as a connection between Cleveland and Clayton road. There are stories about the bridge being cursed.
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