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Michigan

Ancient Garden Beds

It is probable that on some such occasion they were surprised by their savage and relentless foes, and were overwhelmed, scattered or exterminated. Most of the facts I have been able to present are gathered in large part, from the memories—of course not always exact or reliable—of early settlors, and after modern culture had for many years obliterated the old.
It is perhaps useless to regret, that these most interesting and unique relics of a lost people have so completely perished, through the greed of the dominant race; or that they could not have received, while they yet remained, the more exact and scientific scrutiny which is now being applied to the antiquities of our land. Much that might then have been cleared up, must now remain forever involved in mystery, or be left to conjecture.

Farming


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