Just back from weeks away without computer access. I am still
working overtime but will soon complete a one year, 1700 hour
Ameicorps (American Peace Corps) assignment.
Pam, thank you for your recent posting to the Ancient Waterways
Society group about your trip to significant Ohio sites and visit
with William and his wife. It shows how warmly accessible
researchers and correspondants to groups and web sites such as
PreColumbian Inscriptions are to each other.
Please check out the PreColumbian Inscriptions site for specific
information about William's finding and previous references to
information Pam mentioned. PreColumbian Inscriptions site often
receives dozens of letters a day and is a very active, current group
with cutting-edge information of a historical, ancient, and
sometimes metaphysical base:
Click on "Messages" upper left corner of page and you may read the
postings which come in frequently. If you wish to respond,
introduce yourselves, or post a message, you will need to join the
free web group.
I wish to post an upcoming conference mentioned last year in one of
my initial posts to Ancient Waterways Society. There is a correction
to the date mentioned earlier. I am not involved in this conference
as I was a the 1998 PreColumbian Symposium at Big Bay. Here is
information take from the fullpage ad in Ancient American. Please
contact Judy Johnson for further information.
From the current issue (#63) of Ancient American Magazine:
CONFERENCE ON ANCIENT AMERICA
October 7th, 8th, & 9th, 2005
Bay Cliff Health Camp & Conference Center
Big Bay, Michigan (north of Marquette)
Are you interested in:
* Ancient Artifacts
* Tablets & Stones
* Ancient Waterways
* Epigraphical Studies
*Ancient Copper information
* Ancient Earthworks
* Ancient Vikings/Norse
*any & all evidence of Pre-Columbian paresence in the Americas
(and related subjects)?
Then YOU need to be there!
NOTICE! A CALL FOR PRESENTERS
If you have a program, slides, artifacts to show, a good story,
recent discoveries, a new book, etc. that you would like to share
(15 minutes-1 hour), we'd LOVE to give vyou a spot on the agenda.
Judy M. Johnson, Conference Chair
PO box 216
Skandia, MI 49885
Proceeds will go toward fund for the future Ancient Copper Culture
Museum near Lake Superior in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
I shall without computer access this week and next camping in the
wilds north of Houghton, Michigan.
M. Susan English
Ancient Waterways Society