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The walls of Potato Cave hold a question about Acton's past

By Sally Heaney
Globe Correspondent / June 8, 2006

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A mysterious stone chamber in Acton's Nashoba Brook conservation land that has long fascinated hikers and local history buffs was probably built for food storage by farmers in the late 18th or 19th centuries and not by Native Americans, an archeologist hired by the town said last week. (Full article: 1025 words)

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