University of Arkansas, Department of Anthropology.
Plum Bayou Garden & Arkansas's First Farmers
Liz Horton (Arkansas Archeological Survey, Toltec Mounds Research Station) When visitors to Toltec Mounds Archeological Park are asked, "what did the Indians of Arkansas eat," they will, almost to a person, reply "corn, beans, and squash."
Toltec Mounds Research Station
Information about archeological site locations is exempted from the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act to protect our state's fragile archeological resources from looters and to protect the privacy of landowners with sites on their property. Our archeologists do not appraise artifacts or guarantee their authenticity for commercial purposes.
Mueller, N. G., Fritz, G. J., Patton, P., Carmody, S., & Horton, E. T. (2017). Growing the lost crops of eastern North America’s original agricultural system. Nature Plants, 3, 17092. https://doi.org/10.0.4.14/nplants.2017.92