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Title: Linton, G. A. Letters, 1881
Collection identifier: 075
Extent: 1.0 item
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Writing on Dec. 29, 1881, to John H. Burnham, G. A. Linton of Ellsworth, Ill., describes the location of a fort and battle site in McLean County. Reference is made to the uncovering in 1858 of graves and a gun barrel and the later investigation of Indian Mounds. The site Linton refers to is now known as the Warren Bane site or the Grand Village of the Kickapoo.