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Druid Hill Stone Circle in Lowell, Massachusetts ….

An incredible find was made in a public park in Lowell, Massachusetts in 1985. the Druid Hill Stone Circle consists of a large mound surrounded by a dozen monoliths arranged around it in a very typical pattern as seen on many other stone circles in the British Isles. There is however no record of who, when or how it was built.
Druid Hill Stone Circle

There are two logical possibilities as to how and when this Circle of Stones was built. Firstly, the stone circle could have been built as a “folly” or “fraud” in post-colonial times; or it could have been built in pre-Columbian times by either indigenous Amerindians or by Europeans.

In order to get some solid answers a lot of research went into the Druid Hill Circle. An interesting find, when the site was excavated, was under the first monolith was a socket of paving stones. These paving stones were dated back to about the early 1900’s. The base of this first monolith rested on top of the socket of paving stones.

After several more of the monoliths were excavated, it was revealed that they were all resting on a socket made from paving stones. There was also a red brick found that had been used to chink a cavity between the paving stone props and the irregular base of the standing stone. Also many of the pits driven around the perimeter of the mound displayed an odd wall which consisted of paving stones laid end to end, on edge in a single file around much of the mound at a depth of about 15 cm.

Stone Circle The answer to the riddle of the stone circle seemed evident.  The mound was created and the monolith's were undoubtedly set in their present position in the paving stone sockets within a few years of the turn of the last century.  By whom and for what purpose is still unknown.

About Massachusetts, MA...

Massachusetts was named in honor of the population of its indigenous people. The meaning to the state is what it represents.{ At the great hill, at the place of large hills or at the range of hills}.

Massachusetts has several large bays on its coastline with unusual and distinctive shapes. Because of its large bays another name has been given to Massachusetts as Bay City.

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Boston is the largest city which is located at the point of Massachusetts. The population is approximately 5,800. There are 45 towns in this state. The Bee Gees had a number one hit song in honor of this state

At the southeastern corner of the state is Cape Cod. It has a beautiful large sandy peninsula which is shaped like an arm. This is the states more popular tourist site. Tourist travel from all over the world for all the beauty that this state has to offer.

For more information go to The official website for the state of Massachusetts

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