More from Fort Hill, New York
Skeletons at this locale have been measured to be on average at least one third larger than present day people. This was concluded by an anatomist that this race of greater ancestors was superior to present day weaker descendants.
The indications of war by this race are observed in the 10 foot deep entrenchments, which are 12 to 15 feet wide and which seem to complete a circuit. These trenches seem to be defensive ones, in defense of a northern invasion. Piles of stones are seen in the northwest corner of the this fortification. This provided a secure defense in ancient times at what later became known as Fort Hill and LeRoy.
~Chris L Lesley
History of the Holland Purchase, 1849
Fritz Zimmerman: The Nephilim Chronicles, Angels in the Ohio Valley