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It is refreshing to read of an archaeologist who has read the ethnographic literature, is applying scientific methods to the investigation of a stone structure site, and open minded enough to consider a Native American explanation for stone cairns.The article mentions the location of this site on a 60% slope on the upper reaches of the hillside. This is a common trait for West Virginia cairn sites.There will be another article coming out sometime early next year on another group W.Va. cairn sites found on a state park. The state has surveyed, photographed, and documented these sites in some detail. We had an opportunity to consult on the site and were interviewed for a forthcoming article on them. I will post further information on rockpiles once the articles is published.James Gagewww.StoneStructures.org
I came to the almost opposite conclusion.
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