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Students participated in the professional excavation of an archaeological site in Keene, NH. The dig in Keene is investigating an 18th century home and a colonial inn and tavern, known as the Wyman Tavern, and students learned techniques and skills involved in unearthing an historical site.


Museum, Then Lake

During our visit to the Mt. Kearsage Indian Musium in Warner NH, Christoph poses for effect in front of an Indian headdress.

Later, the group enjoyed a little R and R at Wendy's house on Lake Contoocook. Carter and Joseph enjoyed the tranquil waters. We have seen geese and ducks, and heard (but not seen) loons.

Posted by HMS on Tuesday May, 13

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