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Re: Oak Island
Amazon usually isn't any help at all on used books.
I went to www.addall.com, and found one at the www.abebooks.com site for
11.95, and its signed by the author, too.
Hope this helps!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerry Gibbons" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 12:34 PM
Subject: Re: Oak Island
> www.Amazon.com was no help.
> Any ideas where I might buy a copy of "Ancient Mines of
> Kitchi-Gummi" by Roger Jewell?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Spirit One Email" <email@example.com>
> To: "Sinclair Discussion" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 3:19 AM
> Subject: Oak Island
> > Some time ago William Buehler mentioned a book, "Ancient Mines of
> > Kitchi-Gummi" by Roger Jewell.
> > Roger does not claim to be a researcher but has collected the researcher
> > many many people concerning unexplained elements in North America. One
> > these is the disappearance of 20 to 50 million pounds of copper mined
> > eastern Lake Superior. He proposes that this happened over 1200 year
> > between 2400-1200 BC. These dates coincided with the building of
> > Stonehenge (this was done in several stages over a long period too), and
> > other sites in England and Orkney, (America's Stonehenge, Oak
> > Also during this period the native American culture was at a higher
> > but suddenly deteriorated around 1200 BC with coincides with events in
> > Mediterranean that Mr. Jewell believes ended the copper trade. This
> > enormous amount of copper can not be accounted for in the archaeological
> > excavations on this continent but it would just take 3 ships a year over
> > 1200 years to move that amount of copper.
> > It's just a little book 164 pages but full of pictures, illustrations
> > research of people that could not account for so many anomalies. Mr.
> > feels that years ago these people would have been ridiculed if they
> > have proposed a connection with Europe but now he feels that these
> > will be viewed differently today.
> > So these could be the people that had the knowledge to create the
> > pit???
> > Laurel
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