Remains of colonial fort found in Florida

Published on January 20th, 2011 | by Admin


The remains of a wooden fort dating back to colonial times has been unearthed in St. Augustine, Florida.

St. Augustine’s city archaeologist, Carl Halbirt, says post holes and soil stains at the site indicate it may be one of the area’s earliest wooden forts.

Also discovered at the site are intact glass bottles, an ornate candlestick holder, shards of pottery, plates and animal remains.

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Story: Miami Herald | Photo: WikiMedia Commons

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