Dig could reveal colonial fort in St. Augustine





ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- A St. Augustine archaeologist and a team of volunteers believe they've found a piece of colonial history.

A site dug up to make way for a new trolley station has uncovered some interesting finds.

St. Augustine's city archaeologist, Carl Halbirt, says post holes and soil stains at the site indicate it may be one of the area's earliest wooden forts.

Also discovered at the site are intact glass bottles, an ornate candlestick holder, shards of pottery, plates and animal remains....

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