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4426
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In 1958, Brunswick Town was rediscovered and excavations began shortly thereafter. Research at the site between 1958 and 1968 contributed to Brunswick Town's becoming a State Historic Site. The authors summarize the decade's archaeological investigations, their significance, and their importance in the archaeological history of the state.
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30908
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A map found by an Department of Archives and History assistant archaeologist, while researching a project site, led to the discovery of two undocumented Civil War gun emplacements. These Emplacements, part on the earthworks created to protect the Old Georgetown Road, were excavated and recorded prior to their destruction in order to create a discharge canal for the newly constructed nuclear power plant.
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