Freels Farm Mounds

Freel farm mound site drawing.
Freel farm mound floor.
Freel farm mound stone circle.

Archaeological site and burial mound of the Woodland cultural period located on the Oak Ridge Reservation in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee

City in Anderson and Roane counties in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Tennessee, about 25 mi west of downtown Knoxville.

George Jones Memorial Baptist Church, built by the residents of Wheat in 1901
The Bethel Valley Checking Station
Workers leaving the Manhattan Project's Y-12 plant at shift changing time, 1945
View from the Oak Ridge Summit, a barren knob on the north slope of Pine Ridge; East Fork Ridge is on the left, Blackoak Ridge spans the horizon.
One of the entrances to Y-12
The ORISE building at Oak Ridge Associated Universities

Two Woodland mound sites—the Crawford Farm Mounds and the Freels Farm Mounds—were uncovered in the 1930s as part of the Norris Basin salvage excavations.