What Do Native American Carvings in French WWI Quarries Mean?

Why is there a Native American canoe carved in an abandoned quarry inhabited by U.S. soldiers during WWI? The answer leads back to Point Pleasant, Maine--home of the Passamaquoddy Tribe. (2:53)

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