In the past two months, I have shown several stone row sites along the shoreline of South Watuppa Pond. The stone rows have propped boulders, manitous, and effigies, suggesting they were constructed by Indians. Some of them may have been campsites, and some have smaller features suggesting their uses.
Here is one site on the Fall River shoreline, south of the state boat ramp (Dave's Beach).
Here is a large flat boulder with two depressions at Cranberry Neck. The water around it is only two feet deep, so it would have been out of the water before 1826. The rocks in the background are part of the stone row that extends to the rocky little island (7/18/2012).
Finally, here is a large flat stone near the west shore stone row shown 6/13/2012. The water is less than a foot deep here.