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Archaeology Dig at Howell Living History Farm
Don't miss Howell Farm's summer Archaeology Camp with Richard Hunter. Participants in this unique, hands- and boots-on camp will assist archaeologists from Hunter Research as they uncover the remains of the 1730s house that stood for more than a hundred years at the center of Pleasant Valley, where members of the John Phillips family settled on the land that is now Howell Living History Farm. Anyone and everyone is invited to sign up and participate. For more information call (609) 737-3299. The digging begins, Thursday, August 6 and continues August 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, and 22. The dig is funded by grants from the New Jersey Historical Commission and the Friends of Howell Farm in support of the Mercer County Park Commission's programs in the Pleasant Valley Rural Historic District.
Looking for a Colonial or Revolutionary War themed summer camp?
How about Montclair Historical Society's Camp Crane or the Colonial Dames of NJ's Step into History camp? For more information on these and other summer camps in your area click here!
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