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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Larry E Matthews; National Speleological Society.
|Description:||145 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Native Americans --
Early settlers --
Saltpeter mining --
Early commercialization --
Legends, rumors, and outright lies --
Honky Tonk days --
My first visit to Dunbar Cave --
Fallout shelter --
State naural area --
The Indiana Connection --
Modern exploration --
The River Styx --
Roy Woodard --
Signature Rock --
Watts Trail --
The Domino Room --
Portal to portal: Dunbar to Woodard --
So many caves, so little time --
Double Dead Dog Drop --
The Dead Dog Connection --
Dunbar Cave rocks! --
What lurks below? --
|Other Titles:||Showplace of the South|
|Responsibility:||Larry E. Matthews.|
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Second Edition Now Available
The First Edition of "Dunbar Cave: The Showplace of the South" was printed in May 2005 and was 145 pages long. As luck would have it, just a matter of weeks before that manuscript was sent to the Editor, a major discovery of Indian glyphs was found in the cave. Knowing that these...
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