• Creator
  • McLean County Historical Society, Bloomington, Ill
  • Created Date
  • 7-18-00
  • Description
  • After leaving McLean County, the Kickapoo fled westward. This dwelling was photographed in Brown County, Kansas, about 1906. Kickapoo culture was rich in the care of corn. Once they raised four kinds: red, blue, white, and black. The Kickapoo were driven out of McLean County, Illinois, in 1813. The Grand Village was destroyed after Illinois Governor Edwards hired men to do the job. How we learn about communities; Communities and Geography; Ame... more
    After leaving McLean County, the Kickapoo fled westward. This dwelling was photographed in Brown County, Kansas, about 1906. Kickapoo culture was rich in the care of corn. Once they raised four kinds: red, blue, white, and black. The Kickapoo were driven out of McLean County, Illinois, in 1813. The Grand Village was destroyed after Illinois Governor Edwards hired men to do the job. How we learn about communities; Communities and Geography; American Communities in History; Native American Stories. 15 Economics; 16 History; 18 Social systems. less
  • Format
  • Mch0203.jpg