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Spiro Mound Here is a link to a story about structures that are near and around the Spiro Mound. This mound was commonly referred to as America's version of King Tut's
Ted Sojka
Apr 9
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Re: Wisonsin Waters Thanks for sharing that. Enjoyed it as usual with what you post.
Karla Akins
Apr 1
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Wisonsin Waters Freezing rain here and maybe 6 to 10 inches of snow down where Wisconsin meets Minnesota and Iowa. Spring better not push my daffodils up just yet! :-)
Ted Sojka
Apr 1
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an item of interest A good story from the NY times on Wisconsin rivers and the iron ore mine that is about to become the largest open pit mine, that will undo all the good work of
Ted Sojka
Mar 31
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Karla Akins
Mar 25
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How Linguists Are Pulling Apart the Bering Strait Theory How Linguists Are Pulling Apart the Bering Strait Theory Alex Ewen
Rachel Treichler
Mar 24
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The red river raft The Great Raft was a gigantic logjam, a series of "rafts," on the Red River that was unique in North America. Possibly it had begun to form around
Vincent Barrows
Mar 21
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Fwd: [Arc of Appalachia] ARC NEWS: TODAY LAST DAY TO SAVE JUNCTION & The ancient history of America has got a chance of winning. If you find a copy of the Squire and Davis surveys you would be amazed at what was there in the
Ted Sojka
Mar 18
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Fwd: Tulane Maya Symposium 2014 Sent from my iPhone
Vincent Barrows
Mar 10
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Re: Where did the Clovis people come from? -- There used to be the "Ahhhh Haaaa" explanation for a technology appearing about the same time. That individuals made the invention without knowledge of the
C Traylor
Mar 10
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Re: Where did the Clovis people come from? I see "Clovis Culture" and "Clovis People" frequently when it should read "Clovis Technology." Archaeologists talk about the rapid spread of Clovis, as if
Larry Hancock
Mar 9
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Re: Where did the Clovis people come from? Solutreans ________________________________ From: Ted Sojka To: ancient_waterways_society@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, March 9, 2014 1:27
Prophecykeepers Foundation
Mar 9
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Where did the Clovis people come from? Here it is again for those who wish to hear it from the horse's mouth, sorry to Doctor Stanford for the comparison, but he went looking for the origin of
Ted Sojka
Mar 9
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Mammoth vs Mastodon vs Elephant - Google Search Sorry if this is a repeat, but I couldn't open the link.
hancocklarry40
Mar 5
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Mammoth vs Mastodon vs Elephant - Google Search Sorry if this is a repeat, but I couldn't open the link.
hancocklarry40
Mar 5
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Re: New dig, ata very old site in Florida [1 Attachment] This may not be of any value to your subject but I read an article in our newspaper that over 200 scientific journal articles published per year are created by
crystal trickle
Mar 5
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Re: New dig, ata very old site in Florida [1 Attachment] Yup, see attached... Mammoth vs Mastodon vs Elephant example. -c On Monday, March 3, 2014 10:30 PM, Larry Hancock wrote:
Chris Patenaude
Mar 5
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elephant photo This is the photo that started the thread about elephants. The story that started this was an elephant that was put down after killing a circus worker. The
Ted Sojka
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Sites to ponder in the Americas A history of sites. There is a good video on Dennis Stanford and the discovery at Oyster Cove on the Chesapeake. I suggest you try to google it on You Tube
Ted Sojka
Mar 3
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Re: New dig, ata very old site in Florida Does not look like an elephant. I was born and raised in Vero Beach and remember talk about the Vero Man, and I know the approximate area where the canal was
Larry Hancock
Mar 3
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Re: New dig, ata very old site in Florida Vince... wow. Love how yer brain works. Indeed, all excellent points. Even if we desperately want to believe an article at face value, it is important to keep
Chris Patenaude
Mar 3
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Re: New dig, ata very old site in Florida My first reaction was that the only Elephant skeletons found so far are ones that died and were buried when they were part of a circus in the 1800's. There is
Ted Sojka
Mar 3
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Re: New dig, ata very old site in Florida [1 Attachment] Ted, fans Very interesting and hope they report on what is found there. The mastodon engraving leaves some questions on the methods and assumptions used. For
Vincent Barrows
Mar 3
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New dig, ata very old site in Florida Dear ancient waterways fans, Since this evidence predates Clovis and is a long way from the Bearing sea land bridge this area has been doubted as far as dates.
Ted Sojka
Mar 2
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Re: Book review: Pomedli, Michael. Living with Animals: ojibwe spiri CAL, hope you are doing well. Thanks for the reply. the university of Toronto website shows the book comes in softcover or cloth binding. The softcover is
v_barrows
Feb 28
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Re: Book review: Pomedli, Michael. Living with Animals: ojibwe spiri Thanks for the review. We might add the price for new books start at $40, soft cover, about 400 pages, printed on demand many places ... which probably means
trayloroo
Feb 27
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Book review: Pomedli, Michael. Living with Animals: ojibwe spirit po Praise Review of: Living With Animals by Michael Pomedli. Published February 2014. Appendix D on the Ojibwe historical relationship with copper makes the value
Vincent Barrows
Feb 26
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Re: Morgantown village site lost Very sad and disappointing. Thanks for sharing the info, Ted. Karla
Karla Akins
Feb 23
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Morgantown village site lost Aside from the good news today that six tribes say they will stop the Pipeline in North Dakota, this site was lost before it was completely explored. Ironic
Ted Sojka
Feb 23
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big find of hominid bones Mimicking the movie "Jaws" comment about the big white, about needing a bigger boat, these cave researchers need a bigger tent.
Ted Sojka
Feb 21
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