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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Salem, New Hampshire
Location of Salem, New Hampshire
► Rockingham County (127) ► Hillsborough County (36) ► Merrimack County (120) ► Strafford County (40) ► York County, Maine (56) ► Essex County, Massachusetts (247)
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|Located near the summit of mystery hill is a
massive complex of stone chambers, walls and large
standing stones, both radio-carbon dating (C-14) and the
placement of the astronomically oriented standing stones
indicate this site was constructed . . . — — Map (db m160683) HM|
Native American Dugout Canoe
The dugout canoe was made from giant white pines. They were burned hollow then scraped smooth using different kinds of shells gathered from the ocean. The outer part of the canoe was shaped being stone ratchets. . . . — — Map (db m160688) HM|
The Fire Pit
The fire pit was built [unreadable] sere as heat and cooking area meant to serve two families. The ondel would fit through the hole at the top of the wigwam.
Beds were . . . — — Map (db m160686) HM|
| A cordwainer (shoemaker) by trade, Jonathan Pattee used
this portion of the site as the foundation for his house. The
wooden structure burned in 1855. Pattee's techniques for
stonework were cruder and more utilitarian then those of
the original . . . — — Map (db m160689) HM|
|Long before the arrival of European methods of farming,
the indigenous peoples of the region practiced an agricultural
technique known as the Three Sisters. Codified into the native
oral tradition, this practice of planting corn, beans, and . . . — — Map (db m160685) HM|