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Shaker child returns to celebrate 90th birthday

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They also had a large 900 acres settlement in Watervliet, Ohio outside Dayton, Ohio, near Kettering, named after the founders village in New York state, Watervliet, New York today known more as an arsenal and a weapons research center on the west shore of the Hudson River. I worked there when unmarked graves, a Shaker practice, were disturbed in a miscalculation for a research center for Dayton Power and Light. They had already put up a monument on the edge of the apple orchard, which turned out in the wrong location. We had a remote-sensing ground-penetrating radar survey and 2.1 miles of backhoe trenches dug by three machines just to make sure for the power company one hot September after Labor Day. The gentleman from the power company said they held a patent for condensed or evaporated milk, sold their own seeds and brooms and such from there.

I’ve been to the Canterbury Village too it’s an interesting place. Canterbury had an extensive water control system deriving power from water very efficiently, researched and published in the journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology. Additional archaeology has been conducted there recently under a federal roads program headed by David Starbuck who specializes in American “North Country” archaeology. Newsvine – Shaker child returns to celebrate 90th birthday


Written by georgejmyersjr

07/29/2008 at 5:21 pm

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