The Applied Anthropology Laboratories has been awarded numerous research grants to conduct archaeological investigations, assist with preservation planning, and promote community awareness of the history and significance of the Battle of the Wabash (1791) and the Battle of Fort Recovery (1794), two historically significant battles of the Northwest Indian Wars. This research page serves as a clearinghouse for our current research and as a way for the public to learn more about these two battles that took place in modern day Fort Recovery, Ohio.
History and Significance of the Battle of the Wabash and the Battle of Fort Recovery
List of sources for further reading and information regarding the Battle of the Wabash and the Battle of Fort Recovery
Current Tribal Information
Applied Anthropology Laboratories Research at Fort Recovery (including link to reports and videos)
This web page was funded in part by a National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program Grant awarded to Ball State University, Department of Anthropology, Applied Anthropology Laboratories in July 2013. For more information, visit the National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program web page. This
material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the Department of the
Interior, National Park Service. Any
opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this
material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of
the Department of the Interior.