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Welborn Village Archeological Site

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Subject: Caborn-Welborn culture, Mississippian culture, South Appalachian Mississippian culture, Hovey Lake Archaeological District, Lunsford-Pulcher Archeological Site
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Welborn Village Archeological Site

Welborn Village Archeological Site
(12 Po 190)
Caborn-Welborn culture and some of its larger sites.
Welborn Village Archeological Site(12 Po 190) is located in Indiana
Welborn Village Archeological Site(12 Po 190)
Welborn Village Archeological Site
(12 Po 190)
Location within Indiana today
Country  USA
Region Posey County, Indiana
Nearest town Uniontown, Kentucky
Culture Caborn-Welborn culture

Welborn Village Archeological Site (12 Po 19), also known as the Murphy's Landing Site, is an archaeological site of the prehistoric Caborn-Welborn culture variant of the Mississippian culture of indigenous peoples of North America.

Welborn Village Archeological Site is located on Hovey Lake, a backwater lake near the Ohio River close to its confluence with the [[

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