Monday, March 01, 2010
Taking apart a rock pile without taking it apart
Or maybe I’ve been thinking about studying a petroform in its context to the larger cultural landscape, paying attention to what may be not only a rare view of a Late Woodland Village, but an incredible amount of remnants of the Native American Stonework that still exists in and around it.
Bear Stone Petrform(April 2009 photo TMS)
The Delaware consider the bear and deer to be the greatest of all animals. The bear is also called "Our Grandfather." Both animals are considered closely akin to the Indian, but the Delaware believe that the bear has the most human-like traits..."