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> An Excursion to Squabble Creek, An unrequited quest in the 21st Century


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Posted: Nov 12 2009, 09:32 PM
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8:30 AM somewhere on Caney Creek, Fannin County, Texas

Resolved to discover further exposures of the shale-buried ruins of Rockwall, I am venturing south to Squabble Creek at the onset of this my sixth decade on the planet Earth.

6:12 PM a safe house in Trenton, Fannin County, Texas

After much thrashing through briers, bois d'arc thickets, and honeysuckle vines, wading nearly knee deep in chill rushing waters which oft threatened to sweep me on downstream with the rest of the late Holocene debris, I eventually arrived at a kind of certainty. It was not the sort I had earlier envisioned to crown my expectations but things are often not as we would wish them to be. Nevertheless, it is my informed opionion that James Cunliffe PhD, educated in the geological sciences at Rutgers University, and in the year 19-ought-99 listed himself as a consultant (a euphemism often used in lieu of "no meaningful employment at present") has never in his misbegotten, wienie wagging life, physically walked Squabble Creek from the Caruth Lake dam to .9 mile west of Highway 205. In that course there is not the slightest evidence of outcroppings of the Marlbrook Marl (NOT Marlboro Marl as the ill informed Cunliffe ineptly transcribes from his hastily assembled much outdated reference materials). There is in fact no rock of any appreciable size at all in that section and the blackland prairie soil recent depositions extend even in the deepest courses of the stream cut to the waterline. Tabular nodules of limonitic clay present the illusion of sandstone blocks beneath the semitranslucent green waters but a tactile examination reveals them to be somewhat less substantial than a bar of knockoff brand Ivory™ soap. A strata of rusty granular material does appear briefly below the blackland prairie loam. Upon close examination this appears to be a loosely consolidated conglomerate of unfossilized mussel shell, black clay and oxidized iron which could well be 20th century barbed wire, cast iron pipe, or even naturally occurring iron ore common to this region. Ironically, below the 205 bridge is a redeposited section of Marlbrook Marl (blue shale to regular Texans) which partially buries a slab of 20th century concrete. I have pictures to prove this inconvenient truth. No matter, none of the long rumored exposures of the buried walls are where they are said to be on Squabble Creek and the only way to ascertain their actual location is to do as I have done; slog through the mud and briers until you find them (or don't find them) on the actual surface of the planet in 3D in realtime. I will.

What I did find was the frontier cemetary where one of the first anglo settlers who found the buried walls is buried along with many of his kin and neighbors. Many in this cemetary died shortly after their arrival in the 1850's, many are infants, a few are women who lived nearly a century. The earliest I found was born in 1807. In going through a mound of dirt left over from interring recent residents of the historical cemetary, I made far more significant discoveries than all my futile footslogging down in Squabble Creek bottom. First of all was another tabular fragment of sandstone I immediately recognized as that associated with the buried walls. Unlike the one found far south of the cemetary around the same time as the Hanby Stones (November 2006), this one had no inscription of any kind and had only one abraded edge. Another pebble of the same material with the characteristic quartz band showed up near it. It was obvious we were close to a buried wall and the macabre thought passed through my mind that some of the old settlers here might even be interred in sections of it. I also found fossilized shell fragments, an old coffin handle (the questionable karma of which prompted me to donate it to my son), and finally a fragment of bone. What kind of bone I cannot say but I held onto it at least for the nonce to see what kind of juju pertains to it. That may be dificult to determine as apparitions of the unrestful dead are a dime a dozen on Caney Creek and any seeking special recognition just have to take a number and wait.

Dispite my initial disappointments, quite a bit of data came out of today's excursion and the subsequent analysis of geographical reference points. More of these fact finding missions are scheduled for the very near future. Meanwhile, those of you who have not looked lately might want to take a peek at the new additions to the galleries at Anarchaeology.com in the Quivira section. The old forum is now just a read-only archive but I have a blog section which serves the same purpose; ie. publishing updates and auxillary information. There's a place to leave comments but I don't think anybody knows it's there which may be a good thing.


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Posted: Nov 25 2009, 05:34 PM
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Meanwhile, those of you who have not looked lately might want to take a peek at the new additions to the galleries at http:///www.anarchaeology.com in the Quivira section. The old forum is now just a read-only archive but I have a blog section which serves the same purpose; ie. publishing updates and auxillary information. There's a place to leave comments but I don't think anybody knows it's there which may be a good thing.


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