Bald Friar Petroglyphs, Maryland
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Forty-six (46) stones and stone groupings derived from the rocky islands of chloritic schist in the Bald Friar locality of the lower Susquehanna River were located in five places. They were all moved to the Maryland Archeological Conservation (MAC) Laboratory at Jefferson-Patterson Park and Museum. Jack Hranicky helped in the museum's acquistion.
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Former Display of the Glyph Stones
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