Feltus Mound Site
|Location||Fayette, Mississippi, Jefferson County, Mississippi, USA|
|Region||Jefferson County, Mississippi|
|Cultures||Coles Creek culture|
Feltus Mound Site (22 JE 500), also known as the Ferguson Mounds or the Truly Mounds, is an archaeological site located in Jefferson County, Mississippi, nearly 24 kilometres (15 mi) north of Natchez, MS. The location is an Early Coles Creek site (dated 700 to 1000 CE) with four platform mounds clustered around a central plaza, although one of the four mounds has been leveled.
- Steponaitis, Vincas; Kassabaum, Megan; O'Hear, John. "Coles Creek Earthworks and Ritual at the Feltus Mounds in Southwest Mississippi, AD 700-1100" (PDF). Research Laboratories of Archaeology. Retrieved 2013-02-24.
- Williams, Leah (2008). The Paleoethnobotany of the Feltus Mounds Site (PDF) (Undergraduate Honors thesis). University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Retrieved 2013-02-24.
- "Feltus Project (Vin Steponaitis)". Research Laboratories of Archaeology. Retrieved 2013-02-24.
- Kassabaum, Megan (2012-10-08). "Bear Ceremonialism at Feltus". SEACUnderground.
- "Understanding the Mounds at Feltus: Their Location, Use and Significance". Archived from the original on 2011-01-11. Retrieved 2013-02-24.
- "Coles Creek Earthworks and Ritual at the Feltus Mounds in Southwest Mississippi, AD 700-1100". Academia.edu. Retrieved 2013-02-24.
- Lane, Emily (2012-06-13). "Archaeology students dig in Church Hill". Natchez Democrat.
- Feltus Mounds : Vin Steponaitis interview about the 2012 dig at the Feltus Mounds funded in part by The Mississippi Department of Archives and History, and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill