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    Ray

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    Is this the end of the story Dig39? I was so intrigued, and then..............
    Almost 5 years now. Tell us of the expeditions, we were sure to come!
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    John E. Miller

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    Indians, I live on an old mound. Let me tell you a story. "In the beginning God created the heavens and Earth..." At one time the earth was covered in water. Volcanic actions created the mountain ranges. On what is now the North American continent The Appalachian Mountains were first and have been worn down and folded. as the water receded only the tops of mountains were visible. Fast forward to a thousand years ago: Anyone alive would have been at the top of what is now hills. All of the hills near water at one time or another had Indians living there at one time or another. My house is approximately 290 feet above sea level at the high point. Going out from the center about a hundred feet is another rise that probably circled the top. I say probably because the land was farmed and a road was paved through it, but you can still see the circular rise running around the mound. My brother lived on a mound and only from the air one could see it resembled an animal read, some say horse I saw deer.

    Anyway Indians needed water for drinking, a place to stay dry and water to travel on. There were hunting trails, which may have become roads, but water was a means for the Indians to trade over long distances. Look for elevation and nearby water.

    Enjoy the hunt,

    Johnny

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    John E. Miller

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    If you live in New Orleans, I guess you know about all the Indian sites in your area. Most are in the eastern part on Orleans Parish into St. Tammany and St. Bernard, you would need a boat to get to most of them.

    Johnny
    Last edited by 45th_Johnny; Jul 24, 2017 at 02:14 PM.

 

 
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