Category Archives: Archaeology

American Woodcock on nest

Matt and I were killing invasive-exotic plants this morning around the old Calwell Pottery. The underground kilns of the pottery were very active in the 1830s but it has long been abandoned and is now overgrown with brush. This brush … Continue reading

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Rock Shelter Color

Indian Rock Shelter I took this snapshot of the Indian Rock Shelter under The Point this afternoon. I stopped there on my way home from a picnic lunch along Hillers Creek. As you can see the Fall Color continues to … Continue reading

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Caldwell Gravestones Come Back to Life

The Caldwell gravestones rise again to honor the founders of Caldwell pottery in Missouri. Continue reading

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Indian Rock Shelters

The upper and lower rock shelters at The Point marked in purple I enjoy thinking about what this land was like in the past. If you go back 1,500 to 2,000 years ago there were Woodland Indians here. They used … Continue reading

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Indian Rock Shelter

Rock Shelter under The Point 2,000-years ago Indians found protection in a rock shelter at The Point. This is a picture that I took of it today. The shelter is one of two on the south facing side of The … Continue reading

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Green Haze

Potters Lake A view of Potter’s Lake this morning. For the next two weeks there will be a green haze in the woods as leaves emerge. In three weeks the leaves will be fully out. Potter’s Lakes gets it’s name … Continue reading

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