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Shawnee Lookout Archeological District

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Shawnee Lookout Archeological District
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Miami Fort
LocationIn Shawnee Lookout, southwest of Cleves[2]
Nearest cityCleves, Ohio
Coordinates39°7′34″N 84°47′58″W / 39.12611°N 84.79944°W / 39.12611; -84.79944
Area2,000 acres (810 ha)
NRHP reference #74001516[1]
Added to NRHPDecember 2, 1974

The Shawnee Lookout Archeological District is a historic district in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Ohio.[1] Located southwest of Cleves in Hamilton County's Miami Township,[2] the district is composed of forty-six archaeological sites spread out over an area of 2,000 acres (810 ha).[1] Thirty-four of these sites are located in the 1,000-acre (400 ha) Shawnee Lookout Park, which has been called one of the most beautiful parks in southwestern Ohio.[3]

The combination of river bottoms and wooded hillsides in Shawnee Lookout made it a highly attractive site for prehistoric settlement. As a result, the lands included in the district have a long record of aboriginal residency: artifacts found in the district's sites span a range of ten thousand years.[3] These artifacts represent many cultures, including various Archaic peoples, the Hopewell tradition, and other Woodland period peoples.[4] Among the artifacts found at one of the sites are a wide range of biological remains, such as bird bones, fish bones, walnuts, turtle shells, and deer bones.[3] In recognition of the archaeological value of the sites composing the district, Shawnee Lookout was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.[1]

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Wow! Look at this big leaf! Wow! Wow! His first hike when he was about a week old was right out here in Shawnee Lookout And he loves being outside, he loves running. Yup, he takes a lot after Evan, because Evan always notices everything. Did you see the birds? Did you see some birds? So Thomas always notices the same things that Evan does. Shawnee Lookout is definitely a great place to have in Cincinnati, because it gives you somewhere to kind of go to kind of get away from the big city bustle, and smell fresh air and hear the breeze in the trees. It's really great. It's like having no distractions. That's what I love about it. Yeah, definitely. The hiking is definitely our favorite, you know, we love the Lookout Trail. There's the history of the place, the Indian sites. The golf. We hope that we can instill the love of nature to Thomas and whatever kids are in our future.

References

  1. ^ a b c d National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ a b Mills, William C. Archeological Atlas of Ohio. Columbus: Ohio State Archeological and Historical Society, 1914, page 31 and plate 31.
  3. ^ a b c Owen, Lorrie K., ed. Dictionary of Ohio Historic Places. Vol. 1. St. Clair Shores: Somerset, 1999, 666-667.
  4. ^ Shawnee Lookout Archeological District, Ohio Historical Society, 2007. Accessed 2010-06-16.
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