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317) Archeology students visit Squire's Tavern

317)   Archeology students visit Squire's Tavern - May 31, 2007
                 Dr. Ken Feder, archeologist at Central Connecticut State University, visited the Squire's Tavern with a group of students.  Walt Landgraf gave the class a tour of the Tavern building and showed them pottery and glass shards recovered from a dig on the grounds of the Tavern.  The group then visited nearby sites in Barkhamsted that are potential areas for future summer field work.  One site is the Oakley foundation.  The Oakleys were the daughter and son-in-law of Daniel Bennett who is thought to have been the builder of the Squire's Tavern.  The other site visited was the Freeman Jacklin foundation.  Jacklin's son married Hannah Chaugham, daughter of James and Molly. 

Published May 31 2007, 09:42 AM by Paul
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