Discovery of the Gilles Maddeaux Homestead in Lebanon, Illinois

Patrick R. Durst, Robert G. McCullough

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Abstract

During spring 2014, personnel from the American Bottom Field Station of ISAS completed archaeological investigations in Lebanon, Illinois prior to a proposed new roadway project for the Illinois Department of Transportation. This work resulted in the identification of the town's first homestead, which was established by a native of Georgia named Gilles Maddeaux by 1807. Investiga-tive techniques included pedestrian survey, metal detecting, and magnetometry, leading to the delineation of this early nineteenth century occupation.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProgram and Abstracts - 61st Annual Meeting
Pages78
StatePublished - 2017

Keywords

  • ISAS

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    Durst, P. R., & McCullough, R. G. (2017). Discovery of the Gilles Maddeaux Homestead in Lebanon, Illinois. In Program and Abstracts - 61st Annual Meeting (pp. 78)