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  • Middletown Dig Aims to Discover Details of Historic Beman Triangle

     Middletown Dig Aims to Discover Details of Historic Beman Triangle
    MIDDLETOWN - Behind a series of seemingly ordinary houses, six volunteers crouched in knee-deep holes with small shovels in an attempt to uncover the past.
  • History is unearthed daily in Hampton

    Hampton history is so thick, you could sink a shovel in it. We all know this because of our ancestors' stories and the artifacts we hold in our museums. Hampton's history isn't completely written in stone though. Archaeologists, historians and...

    Hampton proceeding with second phase in contraband camp dig

    Hampton proceeding with second phase in contraband camp dig
    HAMPTON — The city will pitch in public dollars and solicit private donations to help fund the second phase of an archaeological dig at the location of the Grand Contraband Camp downtown. Archaeologists working on the site close to Lincoln...

    READER SUBMITTED: Touching The Past Archaeological Field School

    What is it like to find a stone tool last touched by someone over 4,000 years ago? Find out for yourself in an Archeological Field School being held in the Litchfield Hills July 14-18, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The field school site has been excavated for...

    Archaeological dig to take place in Glastonbury July 18

    An authentic glimpse into Glastonbury's native American history could likely take place on July 18, as the University of Connecticut's Dr. Nick Bellantoni and Friends of the Office of the State Archaeologist will lead an archaeological dig along the shore...