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18th-century stone wall uncovered in Manhattan

Workers digging beneath Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan have uncovered a stone wall which dates back to the 18th century. The 6-foot-long wall, found seven feet under the ground in front of 40 Fulton St., was likely part of an 18th-century building that may have belonged to the Van Cortlandts or

5,000 artifacts unearthed beneath New York street

Over 5,000 ojbects dating back to the turn of the 19th century have been found beneath Fulton Street in Manhattan, New York. Among the discoveries made in an old basement foundation at 40 Fulton St. were a bone toothbrush, a copper half-penny and hundreds of shards of pottery. The range of bottles, goblets,