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Researchers Receive Oldest ‘Message In A Bottle’ Ever

A message in a bottle tossed into the North Sea between 1904 and 1906 has been found. After washing up on a beach on the German island of Amrum, it's being called the oldest message in a bottle to ever be recovered.

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Fort Dayton Excavation
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Fort Dayton Excavation Hits Water – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't people throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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Schenectady sign
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Ever Heard of Connughhariegughharie, New York?

I came across the tongue-twister word that was used to describe a well known Upstate New York city.

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Mustang Murphy
Mustang Murphy
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History in the Sky Over Boilermaker Post-Race Party [Video + Photos]

It was a sad moment when the Boilermaker announced that this year the annual post-race party would be without the popular flyover. That has been one of the signature features for the big event for countless years and when the military jets were not available, Executive Director for The Boilermaker Tim Reed, started digging in to see what else could be done. What he discovered was truly amazing!

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Brian Doyle
Brian Doyle
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Searching For Fort Dayton – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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Hot air balloon over yellow flower fields against blue sky
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Rome Professor Makes History After He Lands Hot Air Balloon in Syracuse.

I'm learning something new about Central New York every day. Here's what I discovered today!

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Caryl Hopson
Caryl Hopson
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Continuing The Search For Fort Dayton – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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The Haunted Old Stone Fort In Schoharie ~ CNY Paranormal

Many historic Revolutionary War sites are not only thought of for their impact on our history but also the hauntings that seem to accompany them.

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Ft. Dayton Excavation
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The Doctor’s Forgotten Well Of Herkimer – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?' A question that doesn't appear to have any limits.

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Fort Dayton Excavation
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Down The Forgotten Well Of Herkimer – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Archaeology is all about using evidence to answer questions that history has left us pondering. Sometimes it's as simple as 'where was Fort Dayton?' other times it can be as complex as 'what didn't the Doctor throw down the well?'

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Phil Creighton/TSM
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The Forgotten Well Of Herkimer – Archaeology in Central New York [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

When it comes to exploring history nothing is more 'hands on' than historical archaeology. The funny thing is, nothing ever goes quite how you'd expect with an excavation.

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Photo by Sean Gallup for Getty Images
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Truly Inspiring Story Of D-Day Vet Marking 70th D-Day Anniversary By Jumping Again [VIDEO]

Today marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the Allied invasion of Normandy. Sadly, thousands of our soldiers lost their lives in the invasion and many who survived have since passed on. Jim "Pee Wee" Martin jumped with the 101st  70 years ago and now he's marked this historic milestone with another Normandy jump, just like the one he did June 6, 1944.

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