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Archeologists - Stanhope Dig

StanhopeDig2.jpgArcheologists are once again chipping away at a 200 year old settlement in Stanhope, in the PEI National Park. This is the fourth year a team of volunteers and archologists have visited the settlement to dig up artifacts. This year they`ve found a lot more than just a few spoons... they`re unearthing what remains of an old Scottish homestead. Brian Higgins visited the site this afternoon.

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