The 2017 Archaeological Field School at Noble-Wieting, McLean County, Illinois
Dr. G. Logan Miller, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, will present a talk about recent archaeological excavations in McLean County at 4:30 p.m. at the University Club in the Founders Suite in the Bone Student Center. The excavation site, Noble-Wieting (11ML24), is a Langford Tradition village at the confluence of Kickapoo and Little Kickapoo creeks in central Illinois. The site is a 5.8-acre mound and village settlement radiocarbon dated to the 13th century or 14th century AD. In this presentation, he will present preliminary results of a collaborative field school involving Illinois State University and the Illinois State Archaeological Survey at the site.
All faculty, staff, annuitants and guests are welcome to join us at the University Club from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. this Friday in the Founders Suite in the Bone Student Center. You need not be a University Club member to attend.
Additional information about U-Club events and activities can be found at our website. Continued program support is provided by the Office of the ISU Provost and President. In addition, snacks and liquid refreshments are available at each meeting.