Panola Mtn Burial Site
Panther Creek Burial Site
McDonough Burial Site
Towaliga Burial Site
Springdale Road Burial Site
Peachstone Shoals Burial Site
Big Cotton Indian Creek Hwy 138 Burial Site
Big Cotton Indian Creek Millers Mill Burial Site
Typical Creek Indian Cabin In GA
1745 British Map Of Indian Tribes Of The SE
Rustic Road Indian Burial Site
Henry Spalding County Line Site
Early Georgia Roads
Lovejoy Indian Site
Etowah Indian Mound Site
Island Shoals Site
Soapstone Ridge Site
Peeksville Road Site
Pates Creek Site
Magnet, GA Site
Carroll County Indian Site
Historic Old Indian Roads
Clayton County Indians
Selfridge Road Burial Site
The Sandcreek Massacre , CO
Creek Indian Site East of Hwy 42
Map of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend
Picture of Chief McIntosh
Creek Nation of Georgia
Indian Site off Hampton Locust
Grove Road
Indian Site South of Luella at
Rail Road Tracks
Island Shoals Indian Site
Mays Corner Tool Site
                                     The Upper Creek Indian Nation of Henry County

The area of Henry County was inhabited by the Upper Creek Indians until about the
Early to mid 1820’s.  After Chief McIntosh ceded land to the white government the
Indians began dispersing to their lands west in Alabama.  The Creek Nation bordered
The Cherokee Nation just north of Henry County across in a line along the path of
Stone Mountain.  The Creeks and Cherokees were not friendly with one another.
That is why there are a heavy concentration of Indian sites across Henry County
Because these Indians were the front line so to speak with the Cherokee.  There
Was a very interesting area of significance to the Creeks in the land between the
Big Cotton Indian Creek and the Little Cotton Indian Creek.  There was a substantial
Community in this area prior to white settlement.  There is an interesting ceremonial
Mound on the property adjacent to the Moseley Park.  Indian graves also dot the landscape.  Prior to
the Creek Indians living in the area there is evidence found in several
Sites across Henry County of the presence of the Woodland Indians of Prehistoric times.
Some artifacts found date from about 500 BC to about 1000 AD which predate the
Creek Nation in the area.  Many artifacts are made of  black obsidian which is volcanic
Glass.  Much of this material comes from the Tennessee River Valley.  Some very similar
Artifacts have been found at the Etowah Indian Mound site in Bartow County.
It was one of these sites that slowed the creation of the Cole Res.  In extreme southern
Henry County on the  Towaliga  River basin.
Hwy 42 Resevior Site