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Tom King
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The famous Nikumaroro sextant box seems to have been identified.
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An intriguing alternative to the Nikumaroro Hypothesis for Amelia Earhart's fate.
Tom Maxwell's Orona Atoll Hypothesis
Tom Maxwell's Orona Atoll Hypothesis
ameliaearhartarchaeology.blogspot.com
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Another analysis of a Nikumaroro artifact by analyst par excellence Joe Cerniglia.
Connections of a Wayward Microphone Connector
Connections of a Wayward Microphone Connector
ameliaearhartarchaeology.blogspot.com
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Already posted on Facebook, but here's my blog-announcement of my departure from TIGHAR.
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I thought I'd post this summary for reference, particularly by readers of my novels.
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Agents and producers -- don't crowd the door.
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Saying Goodbye to Dick and Sam
I was sorry to learn
recently of the passing of Richard (Dick) Jenrette and Alexander (Sam) Aldrich,
on April 22, 2018 and July 19, 2017 respectively. Each man had many
accomplishments; you can read Dick’s bio at https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/23/obituarie...
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The 2018 "To Bridge a Gap" Conference
I’m grateful to the Muscogee Nation and the USDA Forest
Service – specifically The Daniel Boone National Forest’s Daniel Cain – for making
it possible for me to take part in the 17 th (!) annual “To Bridge a
Gap” conference, May 21-25, at the Muscogee Natio...
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Amelia Earhart UNRESCUED
Amelia Earhart UNRESCUED
ameliaearhartarchaeology.blogspot.com
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Crossing the Talbot Avenue Bridge
On April 21, 2018, I visited the Talbot Avenue Bridge in
Silver Spring, Maryland. The bridge, which spans the CSX Railroad tracks, has
for the last century been the main connection between the largely
African-American community of Lyttonsville and the more ...
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