Fwd: Diffusionist Dictionary
- One site that has maps is:http://www.spanishhill.com/maps/default.shtmlBegin forwarded message:From: LAR7436@...Date: June 1, 2009 12:32:58 PM CDTTo: tedsojka@...Subject: Re: Diffusionist DictionaryHi Ted ~ Did you get my "subject matter" email of 5/14?I need to ask you another question as you are my only correspondent in AWS and (dumb me) can't figure out how to post a message. Do you know of any small-scale maps available that name the river systems of the U.S.? I am especially interested in the northeastern U.S. and the territories of the "moundbuilders" and the Copper Culture. This is probably old hat to members of the AWS but I need a reference map to locate all the rivers I read about.Thanks ~ Larry
- Ted,Within the link you sent is this excellent detailed Iroquis Five Nations and Missions Sites map (1656-1684) that includes Lake Ontario.riverways- 1879:David, you asked about maps that name the river systems of the United States, here is an interactive map you may zoom in and out of across the US. From the David Rumsey Map Collection: River systems of the United States by A. Von Steinwehr: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~29159~1130219:Map-of-the-river-systems-of-the-UniDavid, there are others besides myself here who are fairly new to these areas of research, so please do not hesitate to ask questions, share ideas, hopefully a description of the book you are working on.In regard to your having difficulty posting, others may be able to state it more simply, but I generally write my posts first to a word processing page, or Yahoo Mail site because compositions are automatically saved as a Draft if I accidently back out of the page. After finishing my letter, I scan and paste it, enter the Ancient Waterways Society Home Page, click Post , then Rich-Text Editor which gives you more texting choices. Insert a title under "Subject", paste your letter into the space under the Subject heading and click "Preview" or "Send". One warning:once you begin a new Post (or insert one from your email site), do not use the back arrow or click off the page, or everything you have written will be lost and usually unretrievable. I and others have lost many of our posts this way.If instead of starting a new subject you wish to respond to a specific Post, click Reply which is listed in small print above Message or large blue box below Message. All replies within a particular subject are cascaded at the bottom of the page.Once again, David, it is good to have you as a member.SusanM. Susan English, co-host
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--- In email@example.com, Ted Sojka <tedsojka@...> wrote:
> One site that has maps is: http://www.spanishhill.com/maps/default.shtml
> Begin forwarded message:
> > From: LAR7436@...
> > Date: June 1, 2009 12:32:58 PM CDT
> > To: tedsojka@...
> > Subject: Re: Diffusionist Dictionary
> > Hi Ted ~ Did you get my "subject matter" email of 5/14?
> > I need to ask you another question as you are my only correspondent
> > in AWS and (dumb me) can't figure out how to post a message. Do you
> > know of any small-scale maps available that name the river systems
> > of the U.S.? I am especially interested in the northeastern U.S. and
> > the territories of the "moundbuilders" and the Copper Culture. This
> > is probably old hat to members of the AWS but I need a reference map
> > to locate all the rivers I read about.
> > Thanks ~ Larry
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