The first phase of excavation has ended for a Colonial Williamsburg archaeology project aiming to help tell the story of Williamsburg’s First Baptist Church, one of America’s oldest churches founded by free and enslaved Blacks.

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Archaeological field technician Victoria Gum shovels dirt into a wheel barrow while working to excavate near the intersection of Francis Street and South Nassau Street on the grounds of Colonial Williamsburg Tuesday morning November 10, 2020.

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