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Temple Show Photos
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I wrote about how the Darl Point was named in the Texas Cache recently. It is a unique story because in the late 1800's the Texas protocol for naming points had not yet been established. An avocational archeologist named Darl Hill found a number of points near the Santa Fe Hospital in Temple and sent them to the Smithsonian for evaluation. The Smithsonian named them Darl points after the man that sent them, Darl Hill. Most Texas points are named after nearby towns, not people. Anyway, the first photo is the great granddaughter and great, great granddaughter of Mr. Darl Hill. They wanted to see examples of the Darl point and were elated to learn that I had actually told the story about their relative in a recent article. Needless to say, they purchased a couple copies from Pat and Harold, the editors of Texas Cache. The show was fast and furious as usual, but a joy to touch base with several of the authenticators, including Caddo Trading (Sam Johnson), Ken Partain, and Carlos Black and, of course, always nice to see the Texas authenticators, Robert Butler, Bill German, and Dwain Rogers.

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