there is a full-size button for that image above david, that
makes the read easier. the word was 'mound' on the trinity, etc. at
pulaski, tn is a subterranean brick wall.
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> i have uploaded 5 images
from rafinesque, of his tables of sites.
its a real eye-popper!
pyramid 150 ft tall, mummies, hieroglyphs,
buried walls, towns, more.
i must learn to use loc more!
> Kind regards,
> Mike White
> a man might disbelieve something, and prove himself correct.
> another man, believing, caused it to be given to
Mike, on the fifth jpeg there is a mention of a teocalli on
headwaters of the Sabine River in Texas and then a mention
something on the Trinity. I cannot make out the word of what
"something" is but I suspect it may be related to the buried walls
Rockwall, Texas which is on the East Fork of the Trinity
discoveried in 1851. I would be deeply grateful if you could
upon that entry, as I have had correspondents tell me of more
east of Rockwall and the Sabine River rises in the very
corner of Rockwall County. This could be an important
locating additional sites there. Thanks in