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PORT HENRY | True to its past, Port Henry has an iron-mining museum packed with artifacts, photos and documents, some of which are still in boxes waiting to be cataloged. Read more

The Sun

TICONDEROGA | When construction crews were scraping the ground for a new entrance to the Ticonderoga hospital they began unearthing things: A beer bottle from long ago, what appeared to be a girl’s change purse and the stacked stones of a dry well. Read more

The Sun

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ELIZABETHTOWN | For a half-century, climbers of “trailless” mountains in the High Peaks could usually, but not always, find a metal cylinder strapped to a tree with the name of the corresponding peak stenciled on the side. Read more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Rowland

TICONDEROGA | Geographically speaking, Ticonderoga was once among the most important places in North America. Historically speaking, it may soon be again. Read more

The Sun

MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay reported that Robert Bartone, director of the Northeast Archaeology Research Center (NE ARC) in Farmington, Maine, will transfer local artifacts to Barre. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Sadly, homeowners have discarded many ordinary artifacts though the years without a thought of preserving them for the sake of history. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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MIDDLEBURY — This year’s Archeology Month marks one of the most important discoveries of ancient human tools in Vermont. Read more

The Vermont Eagle