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Results of the 2015 Field Season

As those of you who volunteered with us know, we had a fantastic ten days of fieldwork back in May 0f 2015 and made some astonishing discoveries – including the entire foundation of Eutaw Manor, a stone manor house built in 1760 that burned down in a catastrophic fire in October of 1865.

Now we’ve put together a booklet, which has details about the history and archaeology we discovered, and details about how to keep up with the project and how to become a volunteer. Please share and enjoy!

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