Archaeologists dig hilltop over Plymouth Rock one last time
1of12University of Massachusetts Boston graduate students Sean Fairweather, of Watertown, Mass., left, and Alex Patterson, of Quincy, Mass., right, use measuring instruments while mapping an excavation site, Wednesday, June 9, 2021, on Cole’s Hill, in Plymouth, Mass. The archaeologists are part of a team excavating the grassy hilltop that overlooks iconic Plymouth Rock one last…
BOSTON (AP) — Archaeologists are giving a grassy hilltop overlooking legendary Plymouth Rock one final look in front of a historic park is built to commemorate the Pilgrims and the Indigenous people who once called it home.
Braving sweltering heat, a group of about 20 graduate students enrolled in a masters program at the University of Massachusetts-Boston started pruning an undeveloped lot on Cole’s Hill in Plymouth, Massachusetts, this week.