Domain: gbl.indiana.edu

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Fort Ouiatenon: A french and indian occupation along the wabash ...
Sep 15, 2003 ... The Kaolin pipes were used only by the Europeans, and the ground stone ... The Kaolin pipes were made by casting and consist of a long thin ...
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Fort Ouiatenon: A french and indian occupation along the wabash ...
Sep 15, 2003 ... FORT OUIATENON: A FRENCH AND INDIAN OCCUPATION ALONG THE WABASH RIVER IN TIPPECANOE .... Only by using both these forms of documentation, ...
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The history of early paleo-indian research in Indiana and it's ...
THE HISTORY OF EARLY PALEO-INDIAN RESEARCH IN INDIANA AND ITS CONTEXT IN MIDWESTERN ARCHAEOLOGY. Since the earliest discoveries of unequivocal associations ...
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Journal of Conrad Weiser
Nov 27, 2000 ... The Journal of Conrad Weiser Esqr., Indian Interpreter to Ohio. .... I treated them with a quart of Whiskey & a Roll of Tobacco; ...
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An investigation of late woodland period settlement in the east ...
Sep 15, 2003 ... The project involved a study of the Late Woodland period occupation ... This ceramic assemblage is most similar to Oliver Phase pottery from ...
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MIAMI INDIANS ETHNOHISTORY ARCHIVES
Jan 12, 2004 ... Please note: Articles from the Miami Archives are numerous. This section will be continuously added to and updated. ...
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DOCKETT NO. 99, Anthropological Report on the Piankashaw Indians ...
The next notice found concerning the Piankashaw Indian locations, except for their probable inclusion as "Miamie" in a casual mention in 1797 of "Small ...
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Glenn A. Black Research Reports, No. 18:1997
Sep 17, 2003 ... All the ageable deer mandibles from 12 Mg 1 were pulled and analyzed. A total of 43 mandibles could be aged or averaged within a one-year ...
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2007 IUB Field School in Archaeology Registration Process
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML IUB Field School in Archaeology Registration Process. Application to Field School by March 31stonline: www.gbl.indiana.edu/fschool/fsform.html ...
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Little Pigeon Creek cemetry (12 W 340): An archaic midden-mound in ...
Sep 10, 2003 ... LITTLE PIGEON CREEK CEMETERY (12 W 340): AN ARCHAIC MIDDEN-MOUND IN WARRICK COUNTY, INDIANA. Little Pigeon Creek Cemetery is a dense ...
 
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