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Firm to search for artifacts that date back 5,000 years along Mohawk River

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Scientists are back on the scene of an archaeological find discovered two years ago alongside the Mohawk River in Amsterdam. Archaeologists two years ago discovered artifacts dating back 5,000 years at the site where the Canal Corp. plans to build footings for the city’s new $17 million pedestrian bridge. Findings during a preliminary review were considered significant enough to pursue a full exploration conducted by scientists from the Louis Berger Group, an international consulting firm ...

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