Friday, October 22, 2010

Ancient Native Site with Numerous Mounds and Stone Structures

Madis Senner writes:

Friends, I have just posted my review of South Hill at the southern end of Canandaigua Lake at: South Hill contains numerous stone mounds and other stone structures that were most likely created by the mound builders, Hopewell and Adena. I ask that you please contact the NY DEC, information contained within the review, and ask that they please help preserve the many stone structures on South Hill. It would be a pity to see these stone structures pilfered or damaged the way that stone structures on Bare Hill were decades ago. Bare Hill also on Canandaigua Lake is where the Seneca people held their council fires. The Seneca people believe that they were born at South Hill. Please visit South Hill and keep it in your prayers. Peace,Madis

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