Cyclone Michael, a classification 5 storm, struck Florida last November with revenge. It rooted out around a hundred trees at Fort Gadsden. However by doing so, it likewise exposed artifacts tangled up in their huge rootballs. The artifacts go back to the early 19 th century, when the British fort was inhabited by maroons, a neighborhood of released servants. Here, Andrea Repp, Forest Service archaeologist, determines the holes produced by the uprooting of big evergreen in the location.[
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