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For all its similarities with the ocean, the prairie is made of soil and cannot remain unmarked. Placed in the West though, the revolutionary emblem is but a fake trace. As an emblem and a symbol, it borrows the semiotic functioning of the trace, relating a sign to a signified.
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The trace, as de Certeau writes, is indeed the visible part of an absent past, for which it substitutes a presence of meaning de Certeau Yet the trace emanates from the absent past which its visible part represents. Contrary to a mere emblem or symbol, it is rooted in the past, hence the fundamentally anachronistic value which Didi-Huberman relates to its intrinsic negativity—that of loss, default and mourning, which are stamped in it Didi-Huberman 70, Traces are the memory of past and missing events—rather than objects, as remains may be. It is displaced, rootless, disconnected from the land, consequently the metonymic relationship between place and history, which would be at work in an authentic trace, cannot function.
We left the snowy Wind River Mountains and Uinta Mountains behind, and sped away, always through splendid scenery but occasionally through long ranks of white skeletons of mules and oxen—monuments of the huge emigration of other days—and here and there were up-ended boards or small piles of stones which the driver said marked the resting-place of more precious remains. It was the loneliest land for a grave! A land given over to the cayote [ sic ] and the raven—which is but another name for desolation and utter solitude.
On damp, murky nights, these scattered skeletons gave forth a soft, hideous glow, like very faint spots of moonlight starring the vague desert. It was because of the phosphorus in the bones. But no scientific explanation could keep a body from shivering when he drifted by one of those ghostly lights and knew that a skull held it. A monument is indeed the materialization of memory opened to the future; it is a landmark for later generations.
The root monere already carries the ambivalent temporality of the monument, combining memory with notions of warning, inspiration and exhortation.
On a ghostly and ghastly mode, the luminescence of the bones suggests light-producing death. It reveals the vividness of American traces, their prospective function, their effectiveness as landmarks. The remains of past emigration waves seem apt to line up and compose the image of a transportation network connecting all the States of the Union:.
It would hardly be an exaggeration to say that we could have walked the forty miles and set our feet on a bone at every step!