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Coopers Mountain & Graveyard PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 October 2011 20:06

Coopers Mountain is pretty easy to find, however the graveyard was less so. We believe that the graveyard is represented by the piles of rocks scattered around a particular area, which just happened to be in the same area as Joe Moffitt points out on his map. So I'm assuming this was Coopers Graveyard. It also made sense because the piles of stones would have been used to cover shallow graves in order to minimize the amount of energy and time it would have taken to dig deep holes to bury people. Instead, the early pioneers dug shallow holes to bury their people and stacked rocks on top in order to prevent animals from digging up the remains of the buried person.

Oh! Meet Justin (Big Foot), he's 6'7" and wears a size 15 shoe. He's almost Big Foot.

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