Ky. 6th-graders assist archaeologists with historic home

Sixth-grade students from Farnsley Middle School in Louisville, Ky., earlier this month sifted through dirt and looked for artifacts during an archaeological dig at the Farnsley-Kaufmann House, a historic log cabin on school property. A nonprofit group is working to determine the original dimensions of a gravel path that runs from the house to a local road. Jay Stottman, of the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, said the dig covers a variety of school subjects for the students, who found pottery, coal and other items on their dig.

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