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Deep in the mountains of Jackson County, just outside Sylva, North Carolina, sets a large, baffling stone. It is a soapstone boulder and it’s covered with a plethora of strange drawings that some archaeologists believe may be 2,000 to 3,000 years old. Even the Cherokee Indians consider the site ancient, pre-dating their presence in the area. The rock has been studied by researchers across the world, but no one has ever deciphered the bizarre petroglyphs on the stone or figured out who made…

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Cape Lookout, North Carolina. June travel destination extraordinaire via (image by crystalcoastnc) I absolutely love the design of this lighthouse!!!!!!!

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Definition of a Native American Indian..."An Indian is an Indian regardless of the degree of Indian blood or which little government card they do or do not possess.” ― Wilma Mankiller