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This paper takes a look at the lives of Woodland Indians. According to the paper, the study of Woodland Indian culture is difficult, the reason being a lack of evidence. Many artifacts and remains were destroyed by amateurs lacking the skills to preserve the evidence. However, archaeologists were able to substantiate an entire society's way of life by tracking and analyzing how much chert was to be found in rocks and stream beds.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Connor, Michael D. Cypress Land. Kampsville, Ill.: Center for American Archeology. 1986.
- Kehoe, Alice Beck. "Chapter 1: Archeology" The Wisconsin Archeologist Vol 1, Issue 2, (1978): pg 5
- "Purdue Researchers Probe Burial Grounds." Black Issues in Higher Education, Vol 16, Issue 18, (1999) pg 47
- Rick, John Winfield. "Heat-Altered Cherts of the Lower Illinois Valley" Evanston, Ill: Northwestern University Archeological Program, 1978.
Cite this Research Paper:
Woodland Indians (2007, April 22) Retrieved July 04, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/woodland-indians-94135/
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