1934: Bones Found Not Indian But Prehistoric

Apparently the site of this 1934 find of bones is actually that of the existing Nobles County Library, old post office site or so I’ve been told by a source.

The bones were believed to be prehistoric rather than more modern Native American bones.

Update: Streeter writes:

No, no. Not the library site. The Daily Globe site – the corner of Third Avenue and 11th Street. Actually, the burial site was on the post office property, the lot and building across the street from the Daily Globe, to the west. During the burial rite, there might have been long ago mourners standing where you now sit. Don’t laugh.

Posted by: Streeter on 10/14/2009 1:58 PM

Next post at 9 a.m.

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2 Responses to 1934: Bones Found Not Indian But Prehistoric

  1. Streeter says:

    No, no. Not the library site. The Daily Globe site – the corner of Third Avenue and 11th Street. Actually, the burial site was on the post office property, the lot and building across the street from the Daily Globe, to the west. During the burial rite, there might have been long ago mourners standing where you now sit. Don’t laugh.

  2. Kari says:

    Ooh, spooky!

    I’ll fix that. Thanks!

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