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Interesting are the numerous mention of stone walls, and in one excerpt from the 1760s an "old stone wall." I always thought that colonial stone walls began to be built in the 1800s, and before then the colonial farmers constructed rail fences. But I guess where stone was plentiful, stone walls were built, too.
I almost felt the author was suffering some confusion trying to match these quotes about "old stone wall" and the land deeds they relate to, with Thorson's all inclusive agricultural uses.
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