village of the Sauk and Fox Indians, ca. 1750-1829, on the lower Rock River in northwestern Illinois where they raised 800 acres of corn, pumpkins, squash and beans; birthplace of Black Hawk; seized by white settlers in 1829.
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[Source: Wyman, Mark. The Wisconsin Frontier (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998).]