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Interior Lake Side

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Archeology
Grade:
5,6,7,8

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The Interior Lake site is situated on an inland lake in the central Upper Peninsula . The site was discovered in 1996 as part of an archaeological survey sponsored by the Hiawatha National Forest. Test excavations were conducted at the site in 2000.

The archaeological testing indicated that the Interior Lake site was used as a hunting and fishing camp by Native Americans between 400 and 900 years ago (Late Woodland Period).

Interior Lake Site

Cody Henderson & Natalie Sloggett - ANT 111

Source:Michigan Archaeological Society Report by Sean Dunham

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The remains of at least 9 pots were found. A variety of stone tools were found including arrowheads and tools used for cutting, scraping, and grinding. A variety of animal bones were also found. These artifacts and bones indicate that moose and beaver were hunted at the site and at least one pike was caught at the site. Late Woodland sites on inland lakes are often thought to represent cold weather (late fall or winter) camps. Hunting and ice fishing may have occurred at this camp.


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