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A Survey for Sites of Archaeological Significance in Black Rock Mountain State Park

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A survey of archaeological and related historical resources in the Black Rock Mountain State Park area was carried out in late May and early June of 1974. Approximately six days were spent in the field looking at areas that were thought by park personnel to have archaeological or historical value, and in walking out those areas of the park that could have served as habitational spots in prehistoric times. With the unlikely exception of one area that contained score small stone piles, the author found no sites of any real prehistoric significance.