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ALBANY, N.Y. — Steve Butz had heard the local lore about "Indian Ovens" for years, but it wasn't until this past winter that he hiked to a ridge near the Vermont state line to examine the unusual geologic formation stained black by soot from fires of uncertain origin and purpose.
That trek eventually led to confirmation that Native Americans indeed used the site as its name suggests, but it left unsolved another mystery: For what did they use the six soccer ball-sized holes?.
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