Sunday, May 21, 2006

More archeo listserv discussion board on rock piles

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If you find this discussion interesting (they are going back and forth on whether rock piles are Native American), you can track back to previous postings by clicking the link at the top of the message "Re: Southeastern Rock Piles".

I particularly like this part:
"if he (or the vast majority of archaeologists in
the East) had bothered to spend a day in any decent
library, he would have found out what Native burials
in this region look like and not countenanced the
destruction of a Native burial ground. The features
Moeller described, "stone walls, lines of stones
that can be mistaken for walls, piles of stones . . .
and short lines containing boulders," are a classic
description of a Native cemetery in this part of

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