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    Topsham archaeological dig - Darcie Moore / The Times Record | of | Share this photo

    Fred Koerber of the Merrymeeting Bay Pioneers Project uses a trowel to carefully excavate dirt from the site of a 17th-century dwelling in Topsham on Friday.

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    Chris Gutscher of the Merrymeeting Bay Pioneers Project, found a projectile point at an archaeology dig of a 17th century dwelling that would have been made at the location 3,000 to 4,000 years ago for a spear by Native Americans.

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    Archaeologists with the Merrymeeting Bay Pioneers Project uncover a buckle while sifting through soil at the site of an early English 17th-century dwelling along the Androscoggin River in Topsham this summer.

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    Chris Gutscher, left, and Fred Koerber of the Merrymeeting Bay Pioneer Project sift through soil at the site of a 17th-century dwelling in Topsham on Friday.

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    Archaeologists find a broken pipe stem while excavating a 17th-century dwelling off Foreside Road in Topsham.

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