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NORWALK, Conn. | Archaeologists dig Native American fort found in Connecticut

NORWALK, Conn. | Archaeologists dig Native American fort found in Connecticut

NORWALK, Conn.— A 1600s Native American Fort uncovered as part of a rail bridge replacement project is shining some light on a tribe’s first dealings with Europeans, archeologists said on Tuesday during a tour of the site.

The find on a small sliver of land next to railroad tracks that carry Amtrak and Metro-North commuter trains is considered one of the most important discoveries in the Northeast for Native American history.

Not only did experts recently find the remains of the 17th century fort, they discovered some artifacts including arrow and spear tips that date back an estimated 3,000 years, indicating Native Americans were active at the site for generations.

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