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Title details for Slack Farm and the Caborn-Welborn People by David Pollack - Available

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The Slack Farm site, as it is now known, was the location of a large community of the Caborn-Welborn People. This Native American group lived along the Ohio River near the mouth of the Wabash River between 1400 and 1700 C.E. Excavations began at the Slack Farm site in Union County, Kentucky in 1988 after the site was discovered and looted by several men in the area. Fortunately the looters focused on the grave sites alone, leaving the remaining 85-90% of the site unharmed. More than 500 volunteers from local communities took part in the archaeological dig, helping to preserve the history of the area. This booklet reports what archaeologists learned about the lives and culture of the Caborn-Welborn People after the intensive study of the Slack Farm site.


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History Nonfiction

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English

The Slack Farm site, as it is now known, was the location of a large community of the Caborn-Welborn People. This Native American group lived along the Ohio River near the mouth of the Wabash River between 1400 and 1700 C.E. Excavations began at the Slack Farm site in Union County, Kentucky in 1988 after the site was discovered and looted by several men in the area. Fortunately the looters focused on the grave sites alone, leaving the remaining 85-90% of the site unharmed. More than 500 volunteers from local communities took part in the archaeological dig, helping to preserve the history of the area. This booklet reports what archaeologists learned about the lives and culture of the Caborn-Welborn People after the intensive study of the Slack Farm site.


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