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What was the Season?
summer

Can you name any of the people?
Mohawk Indian.

Can you name the location?
Near eastern end of Mohawk trail.

Comments...
Mohawk Indian monument "Hail to the rising sun", it faces east.


Comments...
Looks like some racoons tried to "hail" the garbage pail.


What was the Season?
summer

Can you name any of the people?
Mohawk Park Indian

Can you name the location?
Rt#2 Charlemont, Ma.

Comments...
Mohawk Indian. Many fond memories of picknicking at Mohawk Park and many photos taken at the feet of the warrior welcoming all to the park. The tipped barrel no doubt signifies the end of the swimming season and welcoming the fall I re-call the kennedys or cannetys owning the property and my father-inlaw Bill Saulnier, (Saulniers Market owner) beinhg great friends. We, John P. Dubreuils,the Lawrence Girards, the Bernard Lamoureuxs,The Russell Lanous, the Ernest Lecuyers and many others visiting, picknicking and swimming in the river on Sundays and Holidays during the summer seasons. Such fon and great memories.It' a long distance from Panama City, Fl.Most of the above are no longer with us, but, my memories of the persons, times and the place are among my fondest. Thank you Randy.


Comments...
Looks some racoons or a bear had a hardy feast.


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