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    Lee Cranmer takes a photo of a dig site as Kare Mathiasson steadies a ladder for him while the two work on an archaeological dig Friday at the Colonial Pemaquid state historical site in Bristol. Both men are retired archaeologists with the Maine Historic Preservation Commission.

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    These rollers used by British soldiers for their powdered wigs were unearthed in the latest archaeological dig at the Colonial Pemaquid state historic site in Bristol.

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    A maker's mark on a piece of pipe suggests that this pipe was made by a pipe maker from Bristol, England, named Lawrence Bull around 1675.

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    Whenever archaeologists dig in the Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site, they are bound to hit historical pay dirt.

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    Kare Mathiasson, a retired archaeologist working with the Maine Historic Preservation Commission, writes down details of a stone wall discovered during a dig at the Colonial Pemaquid state historic site in Bristol.

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    Part of a French cannon ball was unearthed in an archaeological dig at Colonial Pemaquid in Bristol.

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    Part of a cannon barrel was unearthed in the latest archaeological dig at the Colonial Pemaquid state historic site in Bristol.

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    Kathy Bridge, an archaeological field assistant, looks over items after sifting dirt through a screen during a dig at Colonial Pemaquid on Friday.

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