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    • I think most of these are agates but the one on the left in the middle I am not sure what it is. It kind of looks like a flower. When I was out detecting I ran into these rocks. They seem different then most I see. Anybody know what the one on the left in the middle is? It's kind of white. And what are the rest?  
    • OT I turned 32... And woke up with a sore back. It's all down hill from here lol  
    • Thanks for the replys guys! Bmc it was mostly a scattered round up. Good luck it there guys!
    • This is an old thread, but to me the GPX 4500 is new thanks to Rob ..... Took it out today for the first time and found a little small .30g nugget under some tree roots in an old wash with ancient river beds and coming fron an SD 2200D and a GP3500 I can say today I dug holes I never had dug in the past, mostly lead, but I swear I never dug (2 feet) deep holes before to find lead .......
    • A little more research turned up Ahnawake Carroll is the author of this pdf, also found another pdf same author on the Cherokee Nation. The author either was or is a law student at University of New Mexico. Found another link where Ahnawake Carroll now resides in Oklahoma, not sure if both the same person. Don, you can do a free final roles search here, at Oklahoma Historical Society. All needed is the last name, will get you the number. https://www.okhistory.org/research/dawes As for Indian princess, they don't have them anymore, only a Native American pageant, Cherokee never called them that, other tribes it was the daughter of a chief. http://www.naiatn.org/about/miss-naia/
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