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Archaeology

Craig Chartier, PARP archaeologist, excavates a small test pit at the
northwest corner of the Homestead with help from his son.


A sample of Colonial artifacts found under the east parlor of the
Benjamin Nye Homestead.


Beginning in 2010, our Association has engaged the services of PARP (Plymouth Archaeological Rediscovery Project) to conduct archaeological surveys in and around our museum. The artifacts found, Native American as well as Colonial, give us valuable insights into how people lived on the site as well as details of construction and other information. For those interested in this level of detail, we present links to the reports below.


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