Archaeologists’ Dig At ‘White House’ Reveals Time Capsule
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Posted: June 30, 2014
By J.F. MCMILLAN — Byrd Newspapers
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…