There's A Bigger StoryRecently Rediscovered Petroglyphs Bring Indigenous Narrative To Surface Read Full Article at VPR.org
At the Retreat meadows
Written in the land
This year brings the first official observation of Indigenous People’s Day in Vermont. It’s also a time to reflect on what this part of the world was like before any Europeans set foot here, and on a submerged river bank in Brattleboro, ancient petroglyphs offer a clue.
Petroglyphs are images carved into natural stone. They’re only known to exist in two places in Vermont: one on the shore of the Connecticut River in Bellows Falls, the other in Brattleboro, where the West River and Connecticut meet…