National Register of Historic Places:

Bottle Creek Indian Mounds is a Historic Site in Stockton, Baldwin County, Alabama. The address filed with the National Park Service is Address Restricted, Stockton, Alabama, . Bottle Creek Indian Mounds is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The listing was certified. The area of significance is Prehistoric, Historic – Aboriginal. The ownership is Unknown. The architectural style is Nothing Specified. The period of significance is 0 AD – 1499 AD. The current function of the site is Landscape.

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Reference Number74000398
NPS Asset Detail
Request TypeSingle
Listed Date12/2/1974
NHL Designated Date4/19/1994
Certification-PrimaryListed in the National Register of Historic Places
Date of Certification12/2/1974
Other NamesMound Island, Bottle Creek Site (1 Ba 2)
Restricted AddressYes
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Architects Builders EngineersUnknown
Contributing Sites7
Contributing Structures15
Area of SignificancePrehistoric, Historic - Aboriginal
Level of SignificanceState, National
Cultural AffiliationFort Walton Period, Missisippian, Santa Rosa-Swift Crk Wdland
Architectural StyleNothing Specified
Historic FunctionReligion, Domestic
MaterialsNone Listed
Period of Significance0 AD - 1499 AD
AddressAddress Restricted
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Applicable Criteria - Information PotentialYes
Criteria ExceptionNone Listed
Name NPS OrderBottle Creek Indian Mounds