I received an email from yet another person named Anonymous (before I started blogging I had no idea just how many people were named "Anonymous") who sent me, so far, a single photo so far of a stone cairn. More photos may be on the way.
Anonymous writes that: "We have several cairns and rock piles as well as specific piles with cap stone(s). Each cairn has a white stone in them. (Key) stone is what it is referred to by the indigenous people."
(A crop of the same photo above)
This post mirrors:
- and I'll add that Worcester is in Ostego county, and according to Wiki:
The name Otsego is from a Mohawk word meaning "place of the rock."