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Digging up 'history'

Halle Konrad (left) and Kate Mejia display a woven basket that they dug up as part of a simulated archeological dig at W.A. Fraser Middle School
Halle Konrad (left) and Kate Mejia display a woven basket that they dug up as part of a simulated archeological dig at W.A. Fraser Middle School's long jump pit on Nov. 6 and 7. Teacher Margaree Schmidt buried the items, and students surveyed the site, made a grid, and excavated 'artifacts' such as metal plates, old spoons, bones and pottery.
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