Archaeological Dig Raises Many Questions about Nickerson Homestead

At the end of the second week of the excavation of William and Anne (Busby) Nickerson’s c. 1664 homestead, the archaeological team has more questions than it began with. A trove of charred beans and corn was a rare find, and seemed to bolster the hypothesis that the house once burned. Click below for an article summing up the dig to date:

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