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Part 2 Bullard Farm to Host Paul LaCroix on May 24, 2014

by Tara Hathaway
May 22, 2014

President of the Millis Historical Society Paul LaCroix recently finished a four year archaeological excavation of George Fairbanks’ Stone House at Bogastowe Farms in Millis. Cuff links, green glass set in copper setting, ca. 1690 (Boston Globe, October 27, 2013).

 

 

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