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SC State Parks and the College of Charleston announce the 2013 Archaeological Field School

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The focus of the dig will be exploring the ruins of the Colonial-era St. George Parish Church. The focus of the dig will be exploring the ruins of the Colonial-era St. George Parish Church.
SUMMERVILLE, SC -

The 2013 College of Charleston Archaeology Field School will take place at Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site, each weekday between 9am-4pm, Monday, June 10 through Wednesday June 26, 2013.

The focus of the dig will be exploring the ruins of the Colonial-era St. George Parish Church.  

The College of Charleston Archaeological Field School Dig - is scheduled weekdays between Monday, June 10 and Wednesday June 26, 2013. All ages are welcome to come and see the daily excavations. Visitors to the site will be asked to follow standard entrance fees of $2 for ages 15 and up, $1.25 for S.C. Seniors, and free for children under 14.

Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site is an archaeological preserve located on the site of the village of Dorchester, a trading town that flourished along the Ashley River from 1697 through the Revolutionary War.

More information on Colonial Dorchester and the State Park Service is at www.SouthCarolinaParks.com.

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