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Along River Bank – Large Jaw Bone

R.E. Hawley was exhibiting a large jaw bone of an Indian one day this week. Mr. Hawley discovered the prehistoric relic while excavating a bank along the river.

The discovery of prehistoric relics like the large jaw bone found by R.E. Hawley along the river bank in Washington, 1922, suggests that there is still so much we don’t know about our ancient past and the peoples who inhabited these lands before us. These findings challenge our current understanding of history and urge us to continue exploring and researching until we uncover the truth about our past.

  1. Washington, river bank, 1922

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