There are approximately 250,000 miles of stone walls in New York and New England. Stone walls, stone foundations, and family cemeteries are often distinctive features in the New England woods. Those long-forgotten features and the families who built them will be discussed using old survey reports, maps, LiDAR images, and John Delano’s personal accounts. This production was made available by GNAT TV (Greater Northshire Access TV).
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