Archaeologists at the College of William and Mary have unearthed part of a foundation of an early 18th-century dwelling that may have housed slaves who worked at the school, reports the Washington Post. The partially unearthed foundation was discovered beneath a sidewalk near the Wren Building on the Williamsburg campus. The exposed area has been filled in for safekeeping until it can be properly excavated…

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