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Undisclosed Cemetery
(to be updated at a later date)

I found my first Indian graves today that are identifiable. We think there are 40 or 50 graves here.  The property owner was amazed; had no idea what was there.  There are many more with Indian writing on them that will take me a few days to figure out.  The owner says that he bought the farm from some little old lady years ago.   I Hope you can blow up the one with the deer on it - Stick body, stick legs, front paw, stick back leg, stick neck, then some detail on head and face -  down on the bottom right in front of the white shaving cream is a deer, or buffalo with legs, body, head, eyes and horns.
                                                                                                                                                    Ronnie Bates



All photos submitted by Ronnie and Bernice Bates, 
 Ish Wesley and Ron Terry unless otherwise stated

Photo #1                                                                                                                                Photo #2                     


Photos 1 - 3 are photos of the same stone 
Photo #3

Photo #3 is the back side of the top photos and the tree is so close we can't go any deeper yet.  But we see what appears to be an arrow head, but it is a man, body and 2 arms and a small head at top. 
 To the right the indentions are fish.  I know it is hard to see all this in these pictures, but we have 4 opinions that are all the same; and we have done three days work on these two stones.

Photo #4                                                                                                                             Photo #5

front and back of stone

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