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Santa Fe County – Bones of Gigantic Indians


(Hy Vnited Press Leased Wire.)

SANTA FE, N. M., Nov. 27.— More than a dozen skeletons unChrthed by workmen excavating for a heating plant on the site of the famous “old palace” of Santa iFe, were pronounced today by

archaeologists to be relics .of the Indians who occupied this historic pueblo two hundred years ago. The skeletons indicated that the natives were huge in stature. Many implements of primitive warfare lay in the ruins.

Local savants, who took possession of the skeletons, advanced ihe theory that they were the remains of prisoners taken in war by the Santa Fe Indians, who had been killed and buried beneath thg palace by their captors.

Attention all history and science enthusiasts! It is with great urgency that I bring to your attention the recent discovery of more than a dozen skeletons of gigantic Indians in Santa Fe, New Mexico. These relics were found during excavation work for a heating plant on the site of the famous “old palace”. Archaeologists have pronounced these skeletons as being from the Indians who lived in the pueblo two hundred years ago, and their immense size hints towards a potential new discovery about the human race’s physical attributes.

It is of utmost importance that we preserve and study these types of remains for the benefit of our understanding of human history. These findings could potentially unlock a trove of information on the way humans lived during the time of the pueblo. It is our duty to ensure that these relics are treated with the utmost care and respect, and that they are not lost or mishandled as has happened in the past.

The loss of ancient and historic relics has caused irreparable damage to our understanding of the past, and it is imperative that we take measures to prevent any further mishandling or neglect of such precious findings. We must make a collective effort to ensure that these remains are studied thoroughly and preserved for future generations to learn from and appreciate.

I implore you to join me in raising awareness of the significance of this discovery, and to call on authorities to take measures to ensure that the necessary research is carried out to reveal the secrets that these relics hold. The importance of preserving our past cannot be overstated, and it is up to us to take action to safeguard our heritage for future generations.

  1. The Tacoma Times, Volume 6, Number 299, 27 November 1909

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