Pa. field holds secrets of 1780s British POW camp
Preservationists are hopeful they'll soon be able to conduct a comprehensive archaeological survey of a south-central Pennsylvania cornfield that served as a British prisoner of war camp during the American Revolution.
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#1 Apr 6, 2013
Why wait until now???
What's the reason for delay??
Bloddy fishy story.
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