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Anniston Star – UA archaeologist to release report on mound <–click for details—<

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A University of Alabama archaeologist says he will release a report stating his case that a stone mound in Oxford was created by natural forces and not by American Indians centuries ago, as was indicated in a report he signed last year.

Robert Clouse, director of the Office of Archaeological Research at the University of Alabama and director of the University of Alabama Museums, said in an e-mail that he would send a copy of his latest report to The Star through the post office. In his e-mail, Clouse said the report would state his case on the matter.

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UPDATE:

Rob Dunaway

Great news!!! We have a date set for our Awareness and Preservation of Sacred Sites and Native American Heritage Day. The city of Jacksonville is EXCITED that we are going to use the square to educate families and children about the importance of sacred sites and Native American culture. The event is now scheduled and in the books for March 13th (9am -3pm).
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Okay folks!

If you need further information write me or visit this site:
Movement for Protection of Mounds and Cultural Heritage in Alabama

Thank you, for visiting.

— Cathy Ann Abernathy
weavercat@gmail.com


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