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        Artwork. An oil painting entitled Indian Burial Scene | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        Simple possessions are placed in the grave of a deceased relative in this re-creation of a Caborn-Welborn burial set amid thatched wattle-and-daub houses overlooking the Ohio River. Research suggests that the Caborn-Welborn people were Shawnee, speakers of Algonkian languages living in groups located throughout the Southeast, and that the settlement depicted in this painting belongs to the Caborn-Welborn phase (about 1450-1650) of the late Mississippian period.

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