Georgia Historical Site: Okefenokee Swamp
The Okefenokee Swamp is located in Georgia and has played a major part in state's history. Many people have lived in the swamp, from the Indians to the White settlers. People have tried to drain it and cut down the trees but it still exists today. We need to take care of this precious gift to make sure it lasts for many others to enjoy.
The late Archaic, Mississippian, and Woodland Indians occupied the Okefenokee between 500 and 1200 AD. They constructed sand mounds in the swamp. Then the Spanish came in and built Spanish Missions in or near the swamp. They called the swamp Laguna de Oconi…
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