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On Sunday, the Times writes about an historian who believes that Third Avenue and 8th Street are the potential site of the Maryland regiment. I recently investigated a site on that block that was dug up—and I called various officials and archeologists, attempting to encourage an archeological dig. Above is the site. I write extensively about the history of the site in My American Revolution, and people have been looking around there for years. I write as well about the Brooklyn historian who attempted to win a federal designation for the site and failed. His name was Jamie Kelly, a one-time subway tunnel foreman who, while working on a tunnel gang, discovered a Dutch ship, the Tijger.

On Sunday, the Times writes about an historian who believes that Third Avenue and 8th Street are the potential site of the Maryland regiment. I recently investigated a site on that block that was dug up—and I called various officials and archeologists, attempting to encourage an archeological dig. Above is the site. I write extensively about the history of the site in My American Revolution, and people have been looking around there for years. I write as well about the Brooklyn historian who attempted to win a federal designation for the site and failed. His name was Jamie Kelly, a one-time subway tunnel foreman who, while working on a tunnel gang, discovered a Dutch ship, the Tijger.

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