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Ancient remains found in Indiana

Human remains which may be over 200 years old have been found in Granville, Indiana. Originally they were thought to belong to a missing person who disappeared a couple years ago in the area. She said the discovery of ancient remains near the bridge and Fort Ouiatenon is nothing out of

Remains of Revolutionary War-era grain mill found

The remains of a grain mill which belonged to Revolutionary War figure George Rogers Clark may have been found in Clarksville, Indiana (a city named after him). November's discovery left the team of researchers excited, said Cheryl Munson, an Indiana University archaeologist overseeing the high-tech imaging and excavations in a 280-acre

19th-century industrial kilns in danger of being torn down

There kilns in Indiana from the 19th century, used to burn limestone into lime, are in danger of being torn down to make way for a sub-division. The three kilns date to the 19th century, remnants of an industry that burned limestone into lime and shipped it to cities along the

Bones found in barbershop are preshistoric

A coroner says the bones found in the basement of a barbershop in eastern Indiana belong to prehistoric Native Americans. Gary Engelbrecht discovered the bones in a basement vault when he opened his Fading Tradition barbershop about a year ago in Albany, about 10 miles northeast of Muncie. But he forgot about