Digging (and burying) the past

A team of archaeologists marks artifacts in a plowed field adjacent to the Iroquois Pipeline right of way. Sites from before the European waves of immigration ("precontact") consist of campfire residue and storage and waste pits. Later sites range from old farmhouses and barns to military forts and shipwrecks. Photo by HAA Inc., courtesy of Iroquois Gas Transmission System LP.Click here to enlarge imagePipeline construction is unlike most other construction in the oil and gas industries. By extending an open ditch over several miles, it uncovers history, or at least such history as lies buried to the depth of the trench. And we're not talking only about layers of decayed flora and f...

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