Lunenburg museum restoration unearths relics of the past

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The Knaut-Rhuland House in Lunenburg, N.S. is undergoing a multi-year restoration that is expected to cost over $1 million. As CBC’s Luke Ettinger learned, archaeologists are collecting artifacts that tell a tale of life on the site during foundation repairs.

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