Archeology at the Schuyler House

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The National Park Service has been working on archeology at the Schuyler House.  This is really an exciting project for our community.  The work is restricted but the staff and volunteers seem very open to questions. 

The current work is west of the Schuyler house between the parking lot loop and the Route 4.  The archeologist have uncover bricks along with brick/mortar debris, wood fragments, window glass, painted wood, and other architectural debris that looks like it is from the late 19th or early 20th century. 

There is a thought that this is some type of housing maybe tied to the Horicon Mill. But it is all open to further study. 

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