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Archaeologists have announced the discovery of 300-year-old slave quarters at a historic plantation in southern Maryland.

They are now recovering artifacts that lay buried in farm fields within Newtowne Neck State Park in Saint Mary’s County — a stone’s throw from an 18th-century brick manor once occupied by Jesuit missionaries.

Read more on Fox:

https://www.foxnews.com/science/archaeologists-unearth-300-year-old-slave-quarters-at-historic-southern-maryland-plantation

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