TVA either intentionally deceiving the public, or they have no respect for Native American culture.
Second study of Georgetown site reveals 15 stone cairns, not just one as TVA claimed. http://bit.ly/2WcJUIn
"Man-made stone piles, or cairns, were used in the ceremonial life of several Native American groups," said Troy Smith, an associate professor of history at Tennessee Tech University specializing in Native American history, who walked the site on May 12. "They are often found on hills and slopes, facing east across rivers, creeks or streams, like Gunstocker Creek. There are usually 10 to 20 of them, each one visible from the next. All of this is consistent with what I saw at the site. During the Mississippian cultural period (800 to 1600 AD), cairns such as these would often be located across the river from a village.”
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