Mary Beth Fitts, center, and Mark Plane, right, both doctoral students with UNC-Chapel Hill's research labs of archaeology, supervise day campers as they search for artifacts in dirt from the planned Kanawha development on the Catawba River near Fort Mill.
Mary Beth Fitts, center, and Mark Plane, right, both doctoral students with UNC-Chapel Hill's research labs of archaeology, supervise day campers as they search for artifacts in dirt from the planned Kanawha development on the Catawba River near Fort Mill.
Mary Beth Fitts, center, and Mark Plane, right, both doctoral students with UNC-Chapel Hill's research labs of archaeology, supervise day campers as they search for artifacts in dirt from the planned Kanawha development on the Catawba River near Fort Mill.

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