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19th-century cemetery slows work on Suffolk road project

The excavator’s smooth-edge bucket scraped the ground, shaving an inch of soil off the surface. Then, a worker picked through the dirt with a flat shovel. The process was repeated until a well-defined, rectangular soil stain appeared – an indication that the ground had been dug up once and the hole backfilled with different layers of earth. for more click here

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