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South End Monte Alban

obsidian flakes                      Lesser Alban
[[chaldeony ?]] " [[ditto for: flakes]]
Fine ground hulling, item hard bowls found in
bedded in cement of mound. 

The lower spur contains a very interesting group of remains. The central feature is the mound at the outer edge and the quadrangle to which it belongs  Below on the S.W. is another ridge probally [[probably]] a structure

Most remarkable is the system of terraces carried up the slope of the mountain from this [[group ?]] ending 100 ft at most above & 400 yards horizontal. 

More terraces extend around the side of the Mt. & appear at every available point at various heights & in no regular outline  Although [[?]] for recent 
culture there is no doubt that they were made & near fully
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