The Morton Village project is bringing a different perspective of the lives of Native Americans hundreds of years before Europeans stepped foot on North American soil. The Morton project combines different aspects of archaeology allowing a better understanding of the people that lived in the area. The culture history approach is recognized when archeologists can define Oneota and Mississippian remains are identified throughout the site. Those excavating the area can show the groups were in the area based on similar findings found at other sites where the groups were isolated to themselves. The foundations of the homes each group constructed have very different styles and are easy to distinct which group fabricated which building. The processual perspective is attributed to the analyzation of the ritual sites located in the village. There were multiple events that seemed to have occurred in the ritual site such as large gatherings, dining areas, and shops to make pottery and other tools. A contextual view is considering the big question about the village: How were the two groups combined at this site and how did they interact with one another if it was at the same time. Understanding this is going to take much more excavating in hopes to find a clue that combines or separates the tribe. What has interested me most in these finds is the fact that both men and women were equally injured at the time of death. In todays society when I think of war I think of military men running at each other and there is no woman in sight even though women are become a larger percentile of the military. These findings tell me that they were all equal and the strongest people in the village fought, or there was a large battle and they needed men and women. Other questions I would ask about this village is what did they do a recreational activities? Did they have sports like soccer? Did they have board games similar to chess? Or did they only work each day trying to survive by finding food? It would be interesting to know more about their lives instead of the basics like who lived where and what the buildings could have held at the time of their use. Another question I have is how long were these groups at the site? It seems like the land would be fruitful with animals and rich soil for cultivation, but did they end up fighting and killing each other causing them to move from the land.