Thanks for visiting my website. Here you will find information about my education and work experience as well as postings of photos and writings. My experiences have been diverse, and that is reflected in the places I have been, jobs I have worked, and topics I have written about. Enjoy, and I hope you find something informative and useful. If so, send me a note at email@example.com.
Dr. David W Fletcher
Old Stone Fort Archaeological Site in Manchester, Coffee County, Tennessee showcases Woodland Indian history in a beautiful and peaceful natural setting.
For other historic sites, go to Tennessee Historic Sites, Part I
or Tennessee Historic Sites, Part II
Unless otherwise noted, all materials, papers, photos, and writings contained in the website are protected under applicable copyright laws from re-publication in any electronic, digital, or printed format and from commercial use of any kind. Fair use for personal and/or educational purposes is permitted. See Title 17 of U.S. Code at http://copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html.
There are unfortunately a number of web sites that republish PDFs and articles from other sites indiscriminately and without authorization. This has occurred with several of my articles. If you find any of my articles on these sites, especially if they charge a fee for use of their sites, please let me know so I can contact them about their inappropriate copying of material. These sites usually pose as PDF "download" sites, but they are little more than pirate sites.
This is an educational, non-commercial site. If you encounter pop-up advertisements, close your web browser and use another type to avoid any and all annoying advertisements like these. I learned recently that certain operating systems, web browsers, or search engines superimpose garbage on the web site that produce pop-up advertisements at many of the links to other web pages. These are NOT my advertisements, nor have I given anyone permission to link these to this web site. They ought to be banned from the Internet and promoters should be fined heavily for their distortion and damage to any site.