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Researchers discover ruins of Maryland’s earliest colonial site

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(SMITHSONIAN MAG) – Archaeologists in Maryland have discovered the remains of St.

Mary’s, the first permanent European settlement in Maryland and the fourth in British North America.

Mary’s City (HSMC), announced the find on Monday, bringing the search for the palisaded fort to a close after 90 years, reports Michael E.

Though researchers have conducted approximately 200 excavations in the area over the past 30 years, none of these digs yielded conclusive evidence of the fort’s presence, writes Nathan Falde for Ancient Origins.


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