Location: T.O. Fuller State Park, Memphis
Built: ca. 1000
Architectural Style: Chucalissa vernacular; park
Original Function/Purpose: Park
History: This village, located on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River and founded around 900 A.D., is known for the well-preserved architectural and archaeological remains that have been excavated from the site. Discovered in 1938, the site is one of the least damaged by cultivation and looting, and has been operated by the University of Memphis since 1962. The village functions as an educational site housing a Mississippian mound complex and exhibits that explore the Native American history of the southeastern United States. Chucalissa is also listed as a National Historic Landmark.
City Council District: 6
Super District: 8
County Commission District: 9