Then and Now: Fossils underfoot at the Statehouse
03/14/05 12:00AM By Lynne McCrea
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When Vermont's Statehouse was built in 1859, prehistoric stone from a quarry in Isle la Motte was used because it said something about the state's past. What people didn't realize at the time was the full historic significance of the stone. Curator David Schutz walks us into the Statehouse to explore what lies underfoot.
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