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Archaeologists discover site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s in...

Julie Schablitsky, chief archaeologist with the State Highway Administration, displays a coin from 1808 that was discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home.
(Christine Condon)

Archaeologists discover site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s home in Maryland | PHOTOS

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Archaeologists have discovered the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s home in Maryland.
(Christine Condon)
Tina Wyatt
Tina Wyatt, a descendant of the Tubman family, attended Tuesday’s event at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center.
Tina Wyatt, a descendant of the Tubman family, attended Tuesday’s event at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center. (Christine Condon)
Julie Schablitsky
Julie Schablitsky, chief archaeologist with the State Highway Administration, displays a coin from 1808 that was discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home.
Julie Schablitsky, chief archaeologist with the State Highway Administration, displays a coin from 1808 that was discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home. (Christine Condon)
Artifacts
A collection of artifacts discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home.
A collection of artifacts discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home. (Christine Condon)
Julie Schablitsky
Julie Schablitsky, chief archaeologist with the State Highway Administration, displays a door handle that was discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home.
Julie Schablitsky, chief archaeologist with the State Highway Administration, displays a door handle that was discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home. (Christine Condon)
1808 coin
Julie Schablitsky, chief archaeologist with the State Highway Administration, displays a coin from 1808 that was discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home.
Julie Schablitsky, chief archaeologist with the State Highway Administration, displays a coin from 1808 that was discovered on the site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s former home. (Christine Condon)
Lt. Gov Boyd Rutherford
Lt. Gov Boyd Rutherford speaks at Tuesday’s event at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center.
Lt. Gov Boyd Rutherford speaks at Tuesday’s event at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center. (Christine Condon)
Harriet Tubman Archaeological Discovery
Dr. Julie Schablitsky examines artifacts.
Dr. Julie Schablitsky examines artifacts. (Maryland Department of Transportation/Handout)
Harriet Tubman Archaeological Discovery
Archaeologists Diannah Bowman, left, Kayla Marciniszyn, center, and Brandon Ellis document their findings.
Archaeologists Diannah Bowman, left, Kayla Marciniszyn, center, and Brandon Ellis document their findings. (Maryland Department of Transportation/Handout)
Harriet Tubman Archaeological Discovery
Archaeologists Kayla Marciniszyn, left, Brandon Ellis, center, and Diannah Bowman work the site.
Archaeologists Kayla Marciniszyn, left, Brandon Ellis, center, and Diannah Bowman work the site. (Maryland Department of Transportation/Handout)
Harriet Tubman Archaeological Discovery
Archaeologist Diannah Bowman sorts through mud at the site.
Archaeologist Diannah Bowman sorts through mud at the site. (Maryland Department of Transportation/Handout)
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