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My present opinion is that its circumference is about 25 feet.
The inhabitants in the neighborhood report, as a tradition recieved from the natives, that an Indian was buried there, and that it is the custom for every Indian that passes by, to cast a stone upon the heap.
Cairns occur in many styles and sizes, and undoubtedly were built for a number of different reasons, only some of which we can comprehend today. In several instances, we have early written accounts by Americans who witnessed Algonquians building cairns.
But there are far too many cairns in the Algonquian cultural region to have been created by that society alone.
In some instances, originally Native cairns have been recycled as boundary markers in more recent years.That they were repositories of the dead, has been obvious to all: but on what particular occasion constructed, was matter of doubt.Some have thought they covered the bones of those who have fallen in battles fought on the spot of interment.Rarely, a memorial cairn has been created in more recent years.In the 19th Century, pilgrims to Walden Pond created one such cairn to mark the supposed location of Thoreau's cabin.