Excerpt from Remains of a French Post Near Trempealeau: I. Archeological Sketch; II. Additional Archeological Details; III. Historical Sketch
The first fireplace had already been laid bare, and Mr. Squier had succeeded in tracing by a line of charcoal the former wall of the b... uilding. The dimensions of the building were about twenty by thirty feet; the fireplace was two and a half feet in depth and four feet long with enclosing walls at back and sides. The chimney had undoubtedly been a wooden structure made of small logs with clay daubing, as there was not stone enough found to indi cate a stone chimney.
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