Today, the ridgespur at the East Steubenville site is still forested, much as it was 4000 years ago. But the valley bottoms below have been covered over by the cities of Steubenville, Ohio, and Follansbee, West Virginia.


Aerial View northward of the Ohio Valley (Steubenville to left, and Follansbee to lower right; East Steubenville Site on ridge at center).
Closer Aerial View looking north of East Steubenville Site (cleared area on ridgetop at right-center).

Strip this all away, and you can imagine the land when Native Americans camped at the East Steubenville site...



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