Nobles Pond

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United States of America

Nobles Pond site is a 25-acre archaeological site near Canton in Stark County, Ohio, and is a historical site with The Ohio Historical Society. It is one of the largest Clovis culture sites in North America. At the end of the Ice age, about 10,500 to 11,500 years ago, a large number of Paleo-Indians, the first people to live in Ohio, camped at the site. Artifacts on the site, primarily excavated by volunteers, provide insight into how they made and used tools, obtained materials, and how they lived.

It is an important site because it is one of the early Paleo-Indian sites in the Midwest. There is a historical marker at the site by The Ohio Historical Society. since 1992. Nobles Pond is now in a park for a residential area in North Canton, Ohio.