An artist's conception of the Troyville earthworks, a complex built and in use during the Baytown period from 400 to 700 CE. The site included the tallest mound in Louisiana (eighty-two feet high), but it was altered for use as a rifle pit during the Civil War and was destroyed in 1931, when its remaining earth was used for fill in a bridge approach.
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