From the April 16 2009 issue of the Cape Cod Times
Cape boundary hunters get lesson in archeologyBy Susan Milton
April 16, 2009
BREWSTER - There were no tractor-trailer trucks and cars whizzing by Sam Higgins, Jim Rogers and Tim Doane in 1803 at the Orleans-Brewster line.
But the 1803 trio left enough clues to guide another band of boundary hunters yesterday as they narrowed their search for the same large boulder, marked with an "S" more than 300 years ago.
"I think we're real close to it right in here," Steve Ellis of Orleans said yesterday, as he stood on Route 6A with Lighthouse Charter School students and teachers, historian Michael Farber of Chatham and other searchers. Read more...
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