Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Concord Oral History Project Interview

 SHIRLEY BLANKE; “Concord Archeology”

“…but mostly I think what people are doing at this point, and I applaud it, is to look at features in the woods. Nobody really knows what they are, and there are things like stone piles..."

1 comment :

pwax said...

Shirley Blanke is British and grew up with neolithic mounds in her neighborhood. So she is without the benefit of the usual New England prejudices against such things. I think she has been shown rock piles by a number of people now.

By the way, if you come across my contribution to the "Oral History Project", let me say in advance that I am sorry for some dumb things I said.