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    How to identify sites on the river

    Archeologist David Dean works above Knoxville ,TN. He is writing a book on the kirk clusters. But in this video of Chasing History he goes out and shows you how to identify a site and age it.
    I thought it has some useful information especially finding the all to common fire cracked rocks from hearths and a fun watch for people who hunt waters edge.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9AZ...&frags=pl%2Cwn
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    Thanks Tnmountains, that's 30 minutes of work time I won't be getting back lol. This video is particular interesting to me because it's based in my neck of the woods. I used to cross Boone lake often when going to Johnson City. It's also useful since I've been trying to locate new sites here in Alabama to hunt.

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    Very cool TN. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fieldsjoe89 View Post
    Thanks Tnmountains, that's 30 minutes of work time I won't be getting back lol. This video is particular interesting to me because it's based in my neck of the woods. I used to cross Boone lake often when going to Johnson City. It's also useful since I've been trying to locate new sites here in Alabama to hunt.
    I run down and hunt Alabama often. There are thousands of sites there. Rare to see an Archeologist work with a collector but they do. I fished Boone but never hunter it.
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