3 thoughts on “St. Stephens, AL

  1. The baths were actually man hewn from limestone specifically for bathing animal skins. It is believed that they had racks where they hung the skins, after soaking, to dry. They used the skins for clothing and housing.

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    • Such a cool idea. However the only way that we would know for sure, is to find a descendent of the tribe that inhabited that area. It does look like the one hole to the right was carved out specifically for cleaning.

  2. Prof. Hancock, Such lovely pics! Thank you! They look like they would make beautiful paintings!
    Miss you,
    April:)

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