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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 15, 192~

Strike Mediator

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RELCSof INDIAN MOUND"
Comparison ot a ie~ Ccof woc3
found in an excavataion in Detroit o
the site of the old For t Shelby xwith
piece of wvood1 founrd in an Indiani
mlounld in Northern Michiganlgibes a
clue to the age ot the mound, E. f
Greennman of the museum of an! hiop-
ology, thinks,*XWhen Cexcavaitorsre
cently unearthed the w~ooden ifouna
tions of Fort Shelby in Detroit, Mr.
Greenman obtained a piece of wood Y
and found it in comparatively a go;od,
state of preservation after being in
the 'groundi 148 years with the condi-
tions for the preservation of the woadIj
poor.
Last year Mr. Greenman found, a log
In an Indian mound together with In-
dian remains. While the condlitiolIS
for the preservation of wood were
good in the mound the log was badly
decayed. This, he beliexve:s, indlicates
the great age of the mound. Thle
condition-of the woodl, together with!x
other factors makes, it probleI that 1WlimCieBizn a has play-
the mound was made long before th'.eda aing part in the gener-al strike
advent of the white roan in Northfl \ pales
erica, Mr. Green man belijeves. Patronize Paily Adi erisers.-Adv.

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