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Sorry, we couldn't find anything matching "These are projectile points used by Indians during the Mississippian period. This was a time when nearly 30,000 Indians lived near Cahokia, Illinois. Smaller numbers lived in what is now McLean County, Illinois. The Mississippian Indians farmed and hunted for the first time with bow and arrow. Corn was an important crop for them. These points are called 'Madison' after Madison County, Illinois, where such points where first identified.".