Archaeologists Trace Mystery Wall to Brewery

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This is a pretty cool article. I have to disagree with his statement: "I don't think a brewery rises to the level of an 1812 fort.""


Old foundations are exposed all the time as New York perpetually rebuilds itself. But this was something different. About 30 feet deep and 100 feet long, the wall was composed of stones laid with evident care and skill. Most intriguingly, its roughhewn face was punctuated by two straight rows of seven large square openings.

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