Flint River Project

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Last and final day on the river

Today we went to Mrs. Linda Morgan's house to see the Flint again. When we got there Coach Ross took us down some trails on a hike then we went and searched for artifacts in the water. We never found anything but we still had fun doing it. Later we walked back to the dock and then Mr. Jo Curles took us for a boat ride on his pontoon boat down the river. He showed us his many arrowheads and cool stuff he had found. We went all up and down the river and then he took us back to the dock. We got… Continue

Posted on May 15, 2009 at 8:55am

3rd day on the river

Today we didn't really go on the river instead we went to Albany to Flint River Aquarium to see there stuff. First we watched a movie about the coastline and the animals that live there. We saw many interesting animals that live and migrate there. After the video we went into the aquarium and saw there animals. My favorite animal would have to be the blue jay it was very friendly and pooped on Brady's hand. Then we went to the mall and ate Sabarro which was delicious. Then we road back to… Continue

Posted on May 13, 2009 at 1:30pm

2nd day on the river

Today we went down to Mr. Glen Cox's house and he showed us his many ancient artifacts he had collected in his lifetime. Then we went in his truck down to a spot in the river to observe the water and the land. Soon after he showed us a blue hole beside his house which was really interesting to me. Later he showed us his office and more artifacts he and his wife had collected. When we left his place we went to big jacks and ate lunch then we came back to school. Tomorrow we are going to the… Continue

Posted on May 12, 2009 at 2:00pm

1st day on the river

Today we went to see MR. Kennith Dees at his RV park on the Flint. While we were there he showed us his collection of ancient artifacts he had found on the flint. He had a really large collection of arrow heads, and many other interesting things. This man new many things about the Flint and its history with native Americans that lived on it. After this we rode in his boat and he showed us the sister islands and other cool landforms on the river. Then we went back to his cabin he cooked us… Continue

Posted on May 11, 2009 at 1:30pm

Native american history on the flint

It is estimated at the time of first European contact more than 90 million people inhabited North and South America. Anthropologists have grouped these Native American Indians into several culture areas. The Indian societies occupying land from the Atlantic coast west to central Texas were dubbed the Southeastern culture and included the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, and Creek people-the Creeks being the Indians who lived in the valleys and river bottoms of the Flint and Chattahoochee… Continue

Posted on May 8, 2009 at 9:51am

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