Archaeologists’ Dig At ‘White House’ Reveals Time Capsule

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Posted: June 30, 2014

Bill Bjork, president of the Richmond chapter of the Archaeological Society of Virginia, (left) studies the White House plans while James Madison University archaeology student Lindy Westenhoff unearths a section of the site’s grid during a recent dig at the historic farm west of Luray. (Photo by Jeff McMillan / Byrd Newspapers)

LURAY — Archaeologists discover that old houses are living things and have stories to tell.

The White House on U.S. 211 west of Luray, built in 1760 by Martin Kauffman II as a residence and...



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