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Vanessa Rapaqna, left and Kaitlyn Malleau, of the London firm Timmins Martelle Heritage Consultants sift through top soil for artifacts during an assessment along Blackwell Road. The one week project along the shores of former Lake Algonquin is a necessary step before construction of three new homes can be built. Field director Matthew Severn said as of the Wednesday nothing too exciting was found except a few stone flakes, created  when carving arrow heads and small pieces of pottery.
Vanessa Rapaqna, left and Kaitlyn Malleau, of the London firm Timmins Martelle Heritage Consultants sift through top soil for artifacts during an assessment along Blackwell Road. The one week project along the shores of former Lake Algonquin is a necessary step before construction of three new homes can be built. Field director Matthew Severn said as of the Wednesday nothing too exciting was found except a few stone flakes, created when carving arrow heads and small pieces of pottery.
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Vol. 4 Issue 46--11/16/17
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The Sarnia Journal
Ontario
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archeology
Blackwell Road
development