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Page 169 - The upper remaining portion of the grave contained ashes and a small quantity of charcoal mixed with the gravel. The charcoal and ashes were thickest near the center of the grave. About nineteen inches from the surface and a little to one side of the center were the crumbling fragments of a human occipital bone, and twenty-two beads made by rolling strips of native copper