This wordmaze can be used in many ways. Although it only has 441 letters in it you should be able to find over 200 words hidden in the mixture of letters. People of all ages can enjoy searching for words and learning how they connect to help us tell the story of 12 thousand years of human use of the resources here at OcmulgeeNational Monument.
Below are some of the words you can find in the maze. How do these words work together to help us learn about the history at OcmulgeeNational Monument?
ALL THINGS ARE CONNECTED AGRICULTURE ARCHAIC ARCHEOLOGY ARROWS ATLATL AWL AX AXE BEANS BEAR BLANKETS BOWS CIVIL WAR CLAY CLOTH CLOVIS POINT CONSERVATION CORN COTTON CREEKS DEER DIRT DRUMS EARTHLODGE ENVIRONMENT FEATHER FLUTES GRAPES GREAT TEMPLE MOUND HICKORY HIDES JEWELRY MASTER FARMERS MISSISSIPPIAN NATIONAL MONUMENT NATIONAL PARK SERVICE OAK OCMULGEE OLD PALEO-INDIAN PECAN PINE POT POTTERY PRESERVATION RATTLES RIVER RIVERCANE ROOM ROPE SEA SEASHELLS SHARD SONG SYMBOLISM TEA TIDE TOOLS TRADE TURKEY TURTLE WATER WOODLAND
Did You Know?
An 800 ft. boardwalk lets you visit the emergent wetlands at Ocmulgee National Monument. This 10 year old wetlands was created as a result of a massive flood in July 1994. The changes in the landscape from hardwood forest to emergent wetlands is an example of natures sucessional cycles.