Nov 9, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
When engineers rebuilding a beach near Lewes, Delaware, in 2004 began finding bits of Colonial-era pottery mixed in with the sand, archaeologists quickly realized they had found a historic shipwreck.
If DelDOT (and most other states' DOTs) would remove most of the red tape that slows legitimate archeological work and makes it prohibitively expensive, the work could get done easily without extra tax dollars.
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