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ANTH 227 Middletown Materials: Archaeological Analysis

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Published on Jul 24, 2012

On the triangle of land between Vine St., Cross St., and Knowles Ave. (the Beman Triangle), a community of African Americans began to build houses in the mid-19th century. Information about their lives survives in the record of record of the archaeological features that remain beneath the backyards and houses on this land. The excavation of this site will be a partnership with Wesleyan University and the wider Middletown Community.

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