Kelly Mountain

Kelly Mountain Ruins

“In respect to Paul Chassion's claims, you might be interested in the attached scan of a local newspaper article. It reports the location of his ruins as being on Kelly Mountain. Also, it appears that his use of Mi'kmaq customs is also more consistent with Kelly Mountain.

The newspaper article cites a Mi'kmaq historian, who stated that he had not heard of any Mi'kmaq oral legends about a Chinese occupation on Kelly Mountain.

Just some thoughts”,

Paul V. Heinrich
LGS-LSU
Baton Rouge, LA

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