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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 for more information about this project.
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Resource Identifiermch0200; IL MCLEAN AGR WAL - Figure 1:1, p. 1
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