• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Oldest known site in Connecticut unearthed; 12,500-year-old site evidence of earliest inhabitants

When the state Department of Transportation began construction on a bridge over the Farmington River archaeologists suspected there could be historic sites hidden under the soil.

In January, once excavation was underway, crews discovered evidence of what scientists have called southern New England’s earliest inhabitants.

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