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The Excavation of Tutter's Neck

Tutter's NeckThe Tutter's Neck excavations represented the partial exploration of a small colonial dwelling and outbuilding, both of which ceased to exist by about 1750. On the basis of the excavated artifacts the intensity of occupation seems to fall into two periods, the decade of about 1701 to 1710 and within the years about 1730 to 1740. Documentary evidence indicates that these periods relate to the respective ownerships of Frederick Jones and Thomas Bray (lived at Littletown).
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