🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Is this granite?

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We call that rotten granite. The matrix holding the crystals together is breaking down. The Indians crushed that type of stone and used it for tempering material in their pottery.
 

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We call that rotten granite. The matrix holding the crystals together is breaking down. The Indians crushed that type of stone and used it for tempering material in their pottery.
Wow cool ,thanks for the information.there’s a huge piece on the river shore where I live it must be 800lb or more of this type of granite.I live in Newfoundland Canada where the beothuk once lived,I wonder if they also used this stone IN That way.
 

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