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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Unexpected Consequences of the Texas Drought


Perhaps you are familiar with the hay shortage in Texas and the numerous hardships imposed on the people and animals there who depend upon regular rainfall.  I don't want to say that the drought has a bright side, but it has revealed historical and archeological secrets formerly submerged in lakes and other bodies of water.  This article describes a few, but of course I'm mostly interested in the cemeteries.

Tanya Marsh

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