Somewhere in Massachusetts is a site that may have been one of the Praying Indian villages that John Eliot organized. After over 300 years, all that is left of the Indian presence is a few stone structures. The most impressive site is marked by a boulder on an outcrop.
Since this structure is surrounded by young pines, it is impossible to get a good photo of the entire structure. Piecing together the photos, I came up with this drawing.
Downhill and near the outcrop are a few low cairns. One is topped with a manitou.