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At nearly every site I've visited there has been at least one short wall of 10-20 feet long that serves no obvious purpose. Most often they connect to or are built over large boulders or low out-croppings. Although they were apparently built in many different styles, the aforementioned length and site characteristics remain similar.[Here's one] at the Miner Farm where there are three or four of them.[Here's one] at Francis Carter Preserve on former Narragansett reservation land.[Here's one] from Rockville.[Here's one] from Canonchet.
Interesting. So I'll start to look for that.
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