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Monday, July 27, 2009

October 25, 2000 - November 16, 2000

It is yet another interesting newspaper article out of the Coos County Democrat newspaper of Octer 25th, 2000 that I am placing on this blog. Again, another two inch complete fluted point made some 11,000 years ago had been found by volunteers participating in a four day workshop on a newly discovered Paleo-Indian site along side Route 115A. Yet, no ca. 1850 ca. 1880 "Abenaki Village" was found.
The second article, was found in The Courier newspaper while researching microfilm. This is where Howard Lyons, a Mohawk muscian decided to reside with Nancy Lee (nee: Millette) Cruger. She was his "promoter". Around this time, Howard Lyons had retrospectively asked me if I was "musically inclined" because he needed someone in his band "to shake the rattle". I declined the offer. Of course, during that winter of 2000/2001, once in the door of their home on Mt. Cleveland Road, Nancy quickly began pointing to her "Certificate" from Walter Watso, and the photographs they had taken in November 2000 when they had gone to the NAMMY Music Awards out in New Mexico. On the way home, Howard Lyons who was driving hit "black ice" and we tried to get onto Route 3 northbound by taking a short cut "cross country". Luckily no one was harmed and we got out of the trees & ditch and back onto the road. We back to their place in Bethlehem, N.H. and I spent the night at their place, then returned to my own home in Lancaster, N.H.

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