Binghamton University archaeology students Dylan Davis and Chelsea Cunico remove sand used to cover the site of last year's dig at the center of the Native American shell ring in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve on Tuesday. The group of student archaeologists and volunteers has returned to resume a dig they began last summer at the 4,000-year-old site.
Binghamton University archaeology students Dylan Davis and Chelsea Cunico remove sand used to cover the site of last year's dig at the center of the Native American shell ring in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve on Tuesday. The group of student archaeologists and volunteers has returned to resume a dig they began last summer at the 4,000-year-old site. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
Binghamton University archaeology students Dylan Davis and Chelsea Cunico remove sand used to cover the site of last year's dig at the center of the Native American shell ring in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve on Tuesday. The group of student archaeologists and volunteers has returned to resume a dig they began last summer at the 4,000-year-old site. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

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