kirby pilcher
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 In 1959 when Alaska and Hawaii were admitted into statehood, the geographic center of the United States moved from a point near the town of Lebanon, Kansas to a location roughly 20 mi. north of Belle Fourche, SD.

In 1959 when Alaska and Hawaii were admitted into statehood, the geographic center of the United States moved from a point near the town of Lebanon, Kansas to a location roughly 20 mi. north of Belle Fourche, SD.

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 ​I
found this rock on the banks of the Missouri river when I was around 8 years
old. 





 





 It
is almost perfectly round and weighs differently than it should.  



 After
I found it, someone told me that it was an artifact from a Native American
tool, probably the head of a hammer. 

​I found this rock on the banks of the Missouri river when I was around 8 years old.

It is almost perfectly round and weighs differently than it should.

After I found it, someone told me that it was an artifact from a Native American tool, probably the head of a hammer. 

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 ​When
I went to college I took it to a Professor in the Anthropology department who
told me that it was not a tool   and that it was most likely formed naturally. 





 





 I
then consulted a Professor in the Earth Science department who confirmed that
it was naturally formed,   and may possibly have a crystal inside.  



 I
have never attempted to break it open.

​When I went to college I took it to a Professor in the Anthropology department who told me that it was not a tool

and that it was most likely formed naturally.

I then consulted a Professor in the Earth Science department who confirmed that it was naturally formed,

and may possibly have a crystal inside.

I have never attempted to break it open.

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 n 1743, Louis Verendrye and his brother planted a lead plate on this hillside overlooking Fort Pierre, SD, claiming the land for Louis XV, King of France.    The plate was un-earthed accidentally in 1913 by school children.

n 1743, Louis Verendrye and his brother planted a lead plate on this hillside overlooking Fort Pierre, SD, claiming the land for Louis XV, King of France. 

The plate was un-earthed accidentally in 1913 by school children.

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missile_11x14_print.jpg

 

In 1959 when Alaska and Hawaii were admitted into statehood, the geographic center of the United States moved from a point near the town of Lebanon, Kansas to a location roughly 20 mi. north of Belle Fourche, SD.

 

​I found this rock on the banks of the Missouri river when I was around 8 years old.

It is almost perfectly round and weighs differently than it should.

After I found it, someone told me that it was an artifact from a Native American tool, probably the head of a hammer. 

 

​When I went to college I took it to a Professor in the Anthropology department who told me that it was not a tool

and that it was most likely formed naturally.

I then consulted a Professor in the Earth Science department who confirmed that it was naturally formed,

and may possibly have a crystal inside.

I have never attempted to break it open.

n 1743, Louis Verendrye and his brother planted a lead plate on this hillside overlooking Fort Pierre, SD, claiming the land for Louis XV, King of France. 

The plate was un-earthed accidentally in 1913 by school children.

 

geode_11x14_print.jpg
   
 In 1959 when Alaska and Hawaii were admitted into statehood, the geographic center of the United States moved from a point near the town of Lebanon, Kansas to a location roughly 20 mi. north of Belle Fourche, SD.
moonballs_1_clean.jpg
  
6x77_11_01.jpg
 ​I
found this rock on the banks of the Missouri river when I was around 8 years
old. 





 





 It
is almost perfectly round and weighs differently than it should.  



 After
I found it, someone told me that it was an artifact from a Native American
tool, probably the head of a hammer. 
buffalo_2_in_Done_bw.jpg
fireworks_clean.jpg
  
 ​When
I went to college I took it to a Professor in the Anthropology department who
told me that it was not a tool   and that it was most likely formed naturally. 





 





 I
then consulted a Professor in the Earth Science department who confirmed that
it was naturally formed,   and may possibly have a crystal inside.  



 I
have never attempted to break it open.
trinitite_11x14_print.jpg
 n 1743, Louis Verendrye and his brother planted a lead plate on this hillside overlooking Fort Pierre, SD, claiming the land for Louis XV, King of France.    The plate was un-earthed accidentally in 1913 by school children.
Untitled3-Progress.jpg
planets3_clean_bw.jpg
  
missile_11x14_print.jpg