Donald Handshoe used a trowel Wednesday at the site of an archaeological dig at Fort Boonesborough State Park. University of Kentucky archaeologists were seeking historical evidence of the fort's footprint and where its walls stood, a quarter mile from today's re-created fort.
Donald Handshoe used a trowel Wednesday at the site of an archaeological dig at Fort Boonesborough State Park. University of Kentucky archaeologists were seeking historical evidence of the fort's footprint and where its walls stood, a quarter mile from today's re-created fort. Herald-Leader
Donald Handshoe used a trowel Wednesday at the site of an archaeological dig at Fort Boonesborough State Park. University of Kentucky archaeologists were seeking historical evidence of the fort's footprint and where its walls stood, a quarter mile from today's re-created fort. Herald-Leader

Archaeologists hope to find traces of original fort at Boonesborough

June 20, 2012 06:03 PM

UPDATED June 21, 2012 01:47 PM

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