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IndianEarthWorksAtRoricksGlen1909PC)_REFW.jpg - Indian Earthworks, above Roricks Glen. An area used as a fortification by the Andaste (Susquehanas). A triangular shaped area, protected on the north by a vertical drop to the Chemung River, on the southeast by a ravine and on the west by a palisade of sharpened logs plus a ditch. Smaller forts have been located on high points near Big Flats and Chemung. This Andaste group encompassed  about 4,000 people, including some 800 warriors.

Indian Earthworks, above Roricks Glen. An area used as a fortification by the Andaste (Susquehanas). A triangular shaped area, protected on the north by a vertical drop to the Chemung River, on the southeast by a ravine and on the west by a palisade of sharpened logs plus a ditch. Smaller forts have been located on high points near Big Flats and Chemung. This Andaste group encompassed about 4,000 people, including some 800 warriors.
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