Schicker Mound

Schicker Mound

32°24′0.4″N 91°11′33.9″W / 32.400111°N 91.192750°W / 32.400111; -91.192750

Country  USA
Region Madison Parish, Louisiana
Nearest town Tallulah, Louisiana
Excavation and maintenance
Responsible body private

Schicker Mound is a Native American archaeological site located near Tallulah, Louisiana, United States.[1] It is located very close to suburban houses.


The site consists of a platform mound which now measures 5 feet (1.5 m) in height, with the base being 115 feet (35 m) by 115 feet (35 m).[1] Site surveys have not produced and items or artifacts which would help to definitively date it to a specific time period. The mound had a substantial amount of fill removed from it to accommodate a cellar and house foundation in 1926.[1]


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