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    Ham Creek Site Texas

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ID:	1639772 Thought some of you may like to see this publication from 1964.
    Last edited by Inix; Oct 07, 2018 at 10:20 AM.
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    Not sure you can do this because of copyright laws. I'm sure one of the Admins will let you know.
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    Ok, I have a ton of books like these and two boxes of hand written maps and notes. No idea I was breaking the law. Thanks for the info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inix View Post
    Ok, I have a ton of books like these and two boxes of hand written maps and notes. No idea I was breaking the law. Thanks for the info!

    Very neat stuff! You must have a treasure-trove of great info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inix View Post
    Ok, I have a ton of books like these and two boxes of hand written maps and notes. No idea I was breaking the law. Thanks for the info!
    Not sure if you are breaking the law. I just know on the site I moderate we don't allow this. Great info though.
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    Ham Creek Site Texas

    First off I'm no lawyer but I see no laws are being broken. Nobody can keep you from posting it on the Internet, perhaps someone with their pants on too tight would take it down but when you made the transaction to obtain that book it didn't come with a certain set of instructions on how you may display it or use/distribute its information, especially since you're not making any money on it. I've seen things removed from this site for far more ridiculous reasons so I wouldn't be surprised if it gets removed. Removing or sensoring information that is credible to the topic at hand is counterproductive to what all of us are doing here in the first place, to discuss artifacts/finds and seek out information pertaining to the items and our hobby. I certainly hope nobody is taking this the wrong way or as a personal attack but every time I see a mod remove information or a link that may hold valuable information that could potentially save a member valuable research time, it gets under my skin and if you really think about it it's just kind of a d__k move. Beyond all that I truly appreciate the time you took to bring this information to us that we may not have had the chance to view otherwise, thank you!
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    Thank you Inix. Good info. I have a similar publication an the Pearson Site, also in Texas, and another(can't recall the name at the moment), which is now under Lake Tawokoni.
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