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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Unexpected Consequences of the Texas Drought

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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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