Prehistoric Mounds of St Charles – Episode 4 – Remains Uncertain

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In this viewer-suggested video series, we explore one of the prehistoric Native American mound groups set along the Fox River in Kane County, Illinois, the Ferson Mound site.

In this 4th episode, we investigate what happened to the various human remains and artifacts removed from the Ferson Mounds over the past 145 years, and we summarize what we’ve learned about the site’s cultural affiliations and its place in the landscape.

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IMAGE CREDITS
– www.chicagology.com
– www.chicagohistory.org
– wellcomecollection.org
– genevahistorymuseum.org
– Bob Matson
– www.pinterest.com – David Zach
– Kane County Chronicle newspaper
– www.umass.edu/anthro
– St Charels Chronicle
– Teletype News
– Charles Ellenbaum
– www.cod.edu/anthropology
– Brian Bardy
– St Charles History Museum
– College of DuPage
– www.wikimedia.org – Pany Goff
– WILL TV – New York Public Library
– www.idaillinois.org
– bp.blogspot.com
– www.hippostcard.com
– www.ebay.com
– ihjournal.blogspot.com
– www.gutenberg.org
– www.stltoday.com
– Illinois State Archeological Survey
– www.nps.gov
– www.govinfo.gov
– www.enjoyillinois.com
– www.illinoisriverroad.org
– tripadvisor.com
– Ann M. Early
– www.yac-uk.org
– The Independent newspaper
– pryorfrancis.files.wordpress.com
– Current Archeology
– trekohio.com
– Megan Kassabaum – rearchgate.net
– metroparks.net
– www.transportation.ohio.gov
– alchetron.com
– wikipedia.org
– Indiana State Museum – Karen Carr
– Illinois State Museum
– www.nps.gov – Louis Glanzman
– www.wordpress.com
– www.youtube.com
– www.billingsgazette.com
– www.theatlantic.com
– Z S Liang
– www.chesapeakbay.net
– Beth Zaiken
– www.encyclopediaofalabama.org
– Ohio Historical Society – Susan A Walton
– www.ndstudies.gov
– www.amazonaws.com – labook
– Kentucky Department of Parks – Susan A Walton
– Missouri Life Magazine
– www.ancient-origins.net
– www.legendsofamerica.com
– Joseph Henry Sharp
– Howard Pyle

AUDIO CREDITS
– Opening and Closing theme includes the following:
– Native American Style Flute in A by Wood Flutes
License: CC by 3.0
Link: freesound.org/people/Wood_Flutes/sounds/333996/
– Native American Shaker and Rattle 01 by sandyrb
License: CC by 3.0
Link: freesound.org/people/sandyrb/sounds/86656/
– City highway busy cars pulling out by natemarler
License: CC by NC 3.0
Link: freesound.org/people/natemarler/sounds/338675/
– Maestro Tlakaelel by Jesse Gallagher, YAL

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
– St Charles History Museum, especially Lindsay Judd, Museum Director
– Bob Matson
– Charles Ellenbaum
– Peter Geraci, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
– Brian Bardy, Lyons Township High School
– Brooke Morgan, Illinois State Museum
– Paula Porubcan and Tom Loebel, Illinois State Archeological Survey
– Viewers Jack and Donna, who provided the initial information and spark for this investigation

TABLE OF CONTENTS
00:00:00 Titles and Opening
00:00:23 Introduction
00:00:42 1877 Dig Remains
00:02:53 Bob Matson Dig
00:03:38 Ann Early Trenches
00:04:12 COD Excavation
00:06:54 St Charles History Museum
00:07:25 Dickson Mounds
00:09:01 NAGPRA
00:10:57 St Charles Museum Collection
00:12:00 Informal Reburial
00:12:30 Frustrations
00:15:01 Putting the Site Back Together
00:15:27 Middle Woodland
00:18:29 Late Woodland
00:20:59 Final Thoughts
00:22:02 Closing
00:22:56 End Titles

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