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East Street Site

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Catalog Information

East Street Site
Accession Number
Date Added
11/1/2019 6:04:57 PM
Cellar Holes
Gift of
Philip L Mandolare
Collection Title
Clarendon Artifacts
Collection Description
Artifacts found in Clarendon
Phil Mandolare
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This site on East St. may have had a tavern or similar enterprise based on the variety of coins found there.  When it was built and who lived there are unknown. The photo below shows a King George II copper (1727-1760), bone and kitchen knife blade all from a single hole.  Below that is a 1787 Vermont copper (both sides) and then both sides of another King George II coin.  Charcoal in the hole suggests the structure burnt down. 

Use of this property subsequent to the loss of this structure has destroyed physical remnants of the cellar hole itself.  It is thus not possible to determine what the size of this structure was.

See also the Coins @ East Street, Cast Musket Balls, East Street Artifacts, and Buttons @ East Street entries in the Artifacts collection for more items from this site. 

These photos are courtesy of Phil Mandolare in 2019.

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