Ocmulgee National Monument

The Ocmulgee National Monument, a National Park Service property, is a memorial to the antiquity of people in Southeastern North America. From Ice Age hunters to the modern Creek Nation, there is evidence of at least 10,000 year’s of human habitation. Working with park staff and the Native Indian Nations, Malone designed and fabricated museum exhibits explaining life in these eras; from the way they lived to the way they worshiped. These exhibits utilize over 700 items found by archeologists on this site. The exhibit focuses on the time period between 900-1150, where an elite society supported by skillful farmers lived on this site near the Ocmulgee River. Through the use of interactive exhibits and realistic recreations the visitor is guided through “a day in the life of a Mississippian People.”

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