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One of the booklets you reference in Damming the Osage is Valley of the Mastodons by Donna J. Mann the printery clinton mo. 1973. My name is Phillip Yoder I have lived at Fristoe Missouri my whole life, so far. I’m into local history and i had never heard of this book . I knew Donna she was the postmaster at Fristoe when I was a kid. I knew her mom Nita Davis and her daughter Shirley Binney and her husband Dick Mann.At the Fristoe Commmunity Building they still have a casting of one side of a mastodon skull and tusk that is mounted on a board.The original was excavated at the bone hole west of Fristoe by college students from Arizona. Sorry I’m so long-winded. I would be glad to pay you for a digitalized copy or if you could tell me where I could get the information. Thank you. If you would rather talk by phone my number is 660 723 3389. Or you can repond by email.