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1. 'Madison' Projectile Points 'Madison' Projectile Points Mississippian Indians; Equipment; Point, Projectile; Arms & armament; Illinois; Indians of North America; McLean County, Illinois; Cahokia, Illinois Four small to medium-sized thin triangular arrowheads. The points are usually like isosceles triangles in shape, or more rarely, equilateral triangles.

2. Diorama of Mississippian Culture Diorama of Mississippian Culture McLean County, Illinois; Indians of North America; Mississippian Indians; Cahokia, Illinois In this picture of a diorama at the Illinois State Museum in Springfield, Illinois, two Indians, one male and one female, gather corn for food. The male wears a decoration around his neck and a small cloth...

3. Meskawki Lodge Meskawki Lodge Mesquakie; Tipi; Wigwam; Powwow; Pow wow; Bark; Lodge; Fox; Wikiup; Sauk and Fox Tribe; Woodland Indians; Indians of North America Traditional house form utilized by Woodland Indians of the Great Lakes Region. Meskwaki settlement near Tama, Iowa. 1905.

4. Chert Hoe Chert Hoe Woodland Indians; Equipment; Agriculture This chert hoe was used by Woodland Indians for farming. Woodland Indians grew corn, beans and squash, and hunted buffalo and deer. Chert is a very fine grained rock which can be shaped into arrowheads...

5. Atl-atl weight Atl-atl weight Archaic Indians; Equipment; Spears; The atl-atl weight was a spear thrower used by the Archaic Indians for hunting animals. It was made of stone. Archaic Indians also supplemented their food supply by gathering nuts, berries, herbs and roots....

6. The Coureur de Bois and the Indian The Coureur de Bois and the Indian fur trade; Indians of North America; Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909; A fur trader stands by a birch bark canoe and shakes the hand of an Indian. A second fur trader is seated in the canoe.

7. Zimmerman Archaeological Site, near Utica, Illinois Zimmerman Archaeological Site, near Utica, Illinois Archaeology; Archaeological sites; Prehistory; Kaskaskia Indians; Marquette, Pere Jacques, 1636-1675; Joliet, Louis, 1645-1700; Missions Archaeological dig at the Zimmerman Site

8. Meskawki Lodge, Reproduction Meskawki Lodge, Reproduction Mesquakie; Tipi; Wigwam; Powwow; Pow wow; Bark; Lodge; Fox; Wikiup; Sauk and Fox Tribe; Woodland Indians; Indians of North America Free-lanced design, based on a study of Meskawki lodges

9. Projectile Point Projectile Point Point, Projectile; Arms & armament; Illinois; Indians of North America; Champaign County, Illinois; Woodland Indians Off-white colored stone projectile point. Equilateral shaped head with a notched stem and a lower flared base. Sharp edges on two sides and point. Probably late Hopewell/Woodland period.

10. Projectile Point Projectile Point Woodland Indians; Equipment; Point, Projectile This projectile point is dark in color. It is slightly notched near the base. It was used by Woodland Indians for hunting.

11. Mussel Shell Hoe Mussel Shell Hoe Mississippian Indians; Equipment; Agriculture This mussel shell hoe was used in the cultivation of corn, beans and squash by the Mississippian Indians.

12. Bone Awls Bone Awls Mississippian Indians; Equipment; Awls Bone awls were commonly used by the Mississippian Indians. They were used to punch holes in skins, clay, etc. They were commonly made of turkey leg bone.

13. Stone celt (ungrooved axe) Stone celt (ungrooved axe) Woodland Indians; Agriculture; Equipment; Celts This is an ungrooved axe made of stone. It was used by the Woodland Indians. They often used them for girdling trees.

14. Projectile Point Projectile Point Woodland Indians; Equipment; Point, Projectile; This wide projectile point has two distinct notches on either side. It was used by the Woodland Indians for hunting.

15. Grooved axe Grooved axe Archaic Indians; Axes; Equipment; The grooved axe was a tool used by the Archaic Indians. It was made of stone.

16. Projectile Point Projectile Point Woodland Indians; Equipment; Point, Projectile This projectile point is light in color. It is notched near the base. It was used by Woodland Indians for hunting.

17. Projectile Point Projectile Point Woodland Indians; Equipment; Hunting; Point, Projectile; This projectile point was used by the Woodland Indians for hunting. It is rounded at the bottom with no notches.

18. Late Paleolithic Holcombe Point Late Paleolithic Holcombe Point Ice Age; Paleo Indians; Stone Age; Arms & armament; Settlers Late Paleolithic Holcombe projectile point found in Dale Township.

19. 'Lost Lake' Chert Blade 'Lost Lake' Chert Blade Archaic Indians; Equipment; Point, Projectile; Blades This is a blade used by the Archaic Indians. Made of chert, it has a notch on either side.

20. Chert knife Chert knife Archaic Indians; Equipment; Knives; Bloomington, Illinois This is a chert knife used by the Archaic Indians. It was found in Bloomington Cemetery.
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