Barn Serves As Archive For Bedrock Collection

Full story: Hartford Courant

A long-empty dairy barn is the new home to the heaviest history archive in the state - about 1,000 wooden boxes of bedrock core samples moved to Harwinton from a padlocked, mold-infested basement at the ...
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kelsey teter

United States

#1 Jan 16, 2007
Awesome!!! keeps you poasted on the science news today!


#2 May 9, 2013
Why are wooden crates in a barn

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