Re: Iron Age America (+ more on ancient weirs)
- Great success with the release this week of your new book Iron Age America Before Columbus, William. I suggest you include the link to your Iron Age America blogspot below the salutations of all your posts and correspondence. The site also has a number of other interesting PreColumbian articles:________________Speaking of the blog sites of members here, I happened upon a March, 2009 article w/photo from host MinnesotaStan's TYWKIWDBI blog site that Bill Frazier and others might find intriguing:And another from Wikepedia of an ancient stone weir in Wales, also an old salmon weir at Vancouver Island: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fishing_weirWhen touring the Aztalan Mounds with Steve Steigerwald last summer, I saw a picture of an old fishing weir on the wall of one of the museum building. I wonder if Steve or perhaps new member Dave Weier might be able to take a photograph to include in our Photos or Files section. If the site calls for a title, I'd list it under a new "Fishing Weirs" category in case Bill Frazier or any of you wish to add other links, photos....weirs very much relates to old/ancient waterways._______________This does not relate to waterways, etc. but I am including a link to a front page article from my metropoletin area newspaper last week. The public health and school clinics are what has and will be preoccupying most of my time long into February: http://www.wausaudailyherald.com/article/20091118/WDH0101/911180672Safe traveling and a tasty dinner to all of you here who will be celebrating Thankgiving.Susan
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <conner6343@...> wrote:
> To All:
> Please be advised that my book about the presence of Europeans in prehistoric America, "Iron Age America," is now on sale on Amazon.com.
> William D. Conner
> Columbus, Ohio