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March/April Issue on Newsstands March 3

“First Light” — by Jim Collins (page 22): Geologist Robert Thurston believes stone walls are the region’s archeological ruins and should be protected as such. – end –

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2 Responses to March/April Issue on Newsstands March 3

  1. Judith McAllister February 29, 2012 at 9:14 am #

    I’m trying to find the on-line artcle GROUNDED in Wood, Metal, and Sweat, page 32 of the March – April 2012 edition of Yankee.

  2. Brenda Darroch February 29, 2012 at 9:49 am #

    Hi Judith — We will be putting the articles from this issue up throughout March and April.

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