A Guide to America’s Stonehenge
A Sacred Ceremonial Site
By Mary E. Gage
A Self-Guided Tour Booklet
The America’s Stonehenge archaeological site is located in North Salem, NH. The site consists of a complex of stone chambers, standing stones, niches, carved drains, astronomical alignments and other man-made features. The site served as a major spiritual and ritual center for a group of ancient Native Americans. Construction began on the site some 3000 years ago and continued for the next 2500 years. This guide is a basic introduction to the major features and structures of the site. It is organized as a self-guided tour.
Pamphlet, 46 pp. 58 illustrations 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 in.
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