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American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
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VIDEO/PHOTO GALLERIES: Archaeological survey gives Kingston insight into the past


The dig conducted by PAL's project archaeologist, Erin Flynn, and PAL"s senior archaeologist, Dianna Doucette, and PAL staff, with Aquinnah Wampanoag representative Elizabeth James-Perry maintaining a regular presence, started last winter and continues ...

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