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Archaeologists at Noble-Wieting, Illinois
Archaeologists at Noble-Wieting, Illinois
Resource Typeimage
TitleArchaeologists at Noble-Wieting, Illinois
Coverage / Year1972
DescriptionIllinois State University students study the remains at the Noble-Wieting archaeological site in 1972, a former Indian mound in McLean County. The site is in Heyworth, Illinois.
InterpretationMany findings at the Noble-Wieting site included remains of pawpaw, grapes, black walnuts, squash, beans, and zeamaize, or Indian corn.
Lesson Plans / ThemesHow we learn about communities; Communities and Geography; American Communities in History; Native American Stories
Learning Standards15 Economics; 16 History; 18 Social systems
Author or CreatorMcLean County Historical Society, Bloomington, Ill.
Other ContributorsWalters, William D, Jr., 1942-
Source'The Heart of the Cornbelt: An Illustrated History of Corn Farming in McLean County,' by William D. Walters Jr.; ISBN 0-943788-15-3 (1997)
Subject / KeywordsMcLean County, Illinois; Archaeological sites; Maize; Corn; Kickapoo; Archaeology; Indians of North America
Collection PublisherMcLean County Museum of History
Further InformationFor any further information related to this record, please contact the Collection Publisher. See http://images.library.uiuc.edu/projects/tdc for more information about this project.
Rights Management Statementhttp://images.library.uiuc.edu/projects/tdc/conditions.htm
Resource Identifiermch0200; IL MCLEAN AGR WAL - Figure 1:1, p. 1
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