This is about rock piles and stone mound sites in New England. A balance is needed between keeping them secret and making them public. Also arrowheads, stone tools and other surface archaeology.
I didn't want to imply that these cairns are hollow so I wrote dimples. It's just the top quarter or less that's hollow. While it's something I don't see every day, this type of cairn construction in Rhode Island is fairly common.
Looking again, maybe this is a different phenom. from the "mounds with hollows" I have up here.
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