"Woodland Indian Period"
The Woodland Period gave birth to the Mound Builder's across the Southeastern
and Midwestern United States.  There have been some small Woodland sites already
found in the area, as well as, artifacts.  In the following, will be discussions of Woodland Period sites
in the Henry County area.  There will also be examples of Woodland Period artifacts found across
central Georgia.  This period was in the Mississipian
Age of the Native American Culture.

References:

1. U.S. Department of the Interior.
2. The National Park Service.
3. Woodland Indian Artifacts, 1978, Lar Hothem.
Patrickhenry Parkway Stone Structure
Woodland Indian Artifacts Examples