3472Re: Ted Sojka, Bill Frazier, Ancient Fish Traps
- Jun 26, 2013http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/people/PDF-OCT-2009.pdf
--- In email@example.com, "Susan" wrote:
> I am glad you posted the note from Bill Frazier, and, according to this
> beautiful article from People of One Fire, Bill is "considered by
> archaelogists and historians to be the nation's leading expert of the
> fish traps of the Eastern United States".
> I personally have become interested in ancient fish traps. In fact, soon
> after you joined, Bill, I met with former AWS member and Aztalan
> webmaster, Steve Steigerwald at the Aztalan Mounds (east of Madison,
> WI). On the wall of the museum was a photo of very old fish weir, which
> I'd not have recognized had you not joined our group.
> Preservation of these rare remaining ancient fish traps is crucial, as
> you have strongly advocated. I believe many here will appreciate the
> information and research within this excellent article, "Everything You
> Wanted to Know About Native American Fish Traps, But Didn't Know Whom to
> We at AWS know who to ask. Thank you, Bill...please keep posting. And
> Ted...for again sharing your magnificent drawings.
> I hope you don't mind my adding "Ancient Fish Traps" to the subject
> heading for easier retrieval into the AWS archives.
> Susan English, Central Wisconsin
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ted Sojka wrote:
> > Here is a site to examine.
> > Hope your health is getting better.
> > ted
> > On Jul 17, 2009, at 7:06 PM, Bill Frazier wrote:
> > >
> > > Ted,
> > > Always enjoy good art and especially that dealing with my
> > > favorite subject "riverine cultural resources". Tho an avocational,
> > > I have researched & documented over 150 fish trap dams or their
> > > cultural remains in the State of Georgia. The most of these came
> > > from various documents.
> > > The membership of the Ancient Waterways Society may not be
> > > interested in my interests.
> > > Bill Frazier
> > >
> > >
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