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Archaeologists are digging a site at Colonial Pemaquid.
Date: 7/26/2013 Album ID: 1684692
Photos by John Patriquin
Archaeologists are digging a site at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site in Bristol where Fort William Henry was built in 1692.
John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Archaeologists are digging a site at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site in Bristol where Fort William Henry was built in 1692.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. This is one of five pits containing at wall unearthed by the team.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Included in their find are examples of a German Westerwald pottery that was most likely a mug.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. The outline of the perimiter walls are visible as the crew works inside.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Archaeologists are digging a site at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site in Bristol where Fort William Henry was built in 1692. Field assistant Kathy Bridge photographs a ball used in a swivel gun that was found at the site.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Tom Desjardin with the Division of Parks and Public Lands which is part of the Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry sifts material he dug from one of five pits.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Field assistant Kaare Mathiasson sifts material he dug from his pit.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Field assistant Kathy Bridge sifts material as a cannon ball found by the team earlier sits on the perimeter wall.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Among items found is a 1723 Irish coin, a pipe fragment, 60 caliber musket ball, part of a comb and a knee buckle.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Tom Desjardin with Division of Parks and Public Lands part of the Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry carefully digs material from one of five pits.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Archaeologists dig a site at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site in Bristol where Fort William Henry was built in 1692.
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John Patriquin/StaffPhotographer.Thurs. July, 25, 2013. Field assistant Kaare Mathiasson dumps material he dug from his pit into a bucket for sifting.
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