|Reference Source||Reference Type||Archival Data||Comments|
|Bush, L. L 1996||Use - Material||
Human-charred butternut/walnut timbers used in construction were recovered from an early 19th century Myaamia village site at the forks of the Wabash River.
|Costa, D. 2005||Related Info||
|Tippman, D. 1999||Use - Food||
Jim Strack mentioned the declining abundance of hazelnut and butternut trees: "A lot of hazelnut around [then]" "they don't seem to grow very good any more, the hazelnuts do, likewise with butternuts. I don't know whether they [people] going after the wood of the butternut trees or what cause it but the butternut just seemed to die out. The butternuts you'd pretty near had to fight with the squirrels to get 'em, cause they really, I mean they really ate the butternuts. . .if one dropped out of a tree there were a couple of squirrels watching . . . ".