Church digging to find artifacts that show its role in the Civil War
One of the oldest churches in Central Pennsylvania is expanding. But before they do, they're taking a look into their past by conducting an archaeological dig.
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#1 May 11, 2013
MAYBE they should look in Antique shops..Am sure LOOTERS... swiped WHATEVER they could... WHEN the Battle was raging.
And took them home and through the years... Families SOLD them..NOT knowing their Historical Wealth.. NOT for monetary value..BUT for their RICH History value..
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