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Archaeological exploration of Union Mills Homestead | PHOTOS

Joe Clemens, left, of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. talks with Emily Huebner, assistant director of the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Association and Sam Riley, president of the board of governors of the Union Mills Homestead Foundation during their archaelogical exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021.
(Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)

Archaeological exploration of Union Mills Homestead | PHOTOS

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The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century.
Archaelogical exploration of Union Mills Homestead
Joe Clemens, left, and Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. dig and screen the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century.
Joe Clemens, left, and Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. dig and screen the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century. (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)
Archaelogical exploration of Union Mills Homestead
Joe Clemens, left, of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. talks with Emily Huebner, assistant director of the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Association and Sam Riley, president of the board of governors of the Union Mills Homestead Foundation during their archaelogical exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021.
Joe Clemens, left, of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. talks with Emily Huebner, assistant director of the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Association and Sam Riley, president of the board of governors of the Union Mills Homestead Foundation during their archaelogical exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)
Archaelogical exploration of Union Mills Homestead
Joe Clemens, left, and Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. investigate soil from the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century.
Joe Clemens, left, and Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. investigate soil from the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century. (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)
Archaelogical exploration of Union Mills Homestead
Joe Clemens of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. digs the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century.
Joe Clemens of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. digs the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century. (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)
Archaelogical exploration of Union Mills Homestead
Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. screens soil from the first test unit of an archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century.
Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. screens soil from the first test unit of an archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century. (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)
Archaelogical exploration of Union Mills Homestead
Joe Clemens, left, and Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. dig and screen the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century.
Joe Clemens, left, and Pat Kim of Elizabeth Anderson Comer Archaeology, Inc. dig and screen the first test unit of their archaeological exploration of the Union Mills Homestead Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. The Union Mills Homestead Foundation is conducting a search for subsurface remnants of the tanning vats that were part of the Shriver Tannery at the Union Mills Homestead in the nineteenth century. (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)
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