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Re: Colonial Williamsburg research
Posted by: Debi Stubbs Date: March 02, 2002 at 21:38:54
In Reply to: Re: Colonial Williamsburg research by Charles Harrison of 288

Charles, I was an excavator on the Denbigh Plantation site while a student at William & Mary in 1985-86. The site supervisor was John Bedell, the archologists were Nicholas Luccetti and ? Outlaw (can't remember his first name but his wife's name was Merry Outlaw which I've always remembered.) Last I knew, Nick still lived in Williamsburg. We were working for the State of Virginia, Dept. of Cultural Resources and it was a rescue archology project, the land was being developed for residential housing. I don't know if they are still there, but the artifacs we discovered were stored in the basement at the Yorktown Victory Center. Deb

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