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Digging in




A crew led by Duke Emmons pours the foundation for the Arundel Historical Society’s North Chapel Common project Tuesday, Feb. 25. In the background of both photos is the Burnham House. The Burnham House was moved in February 2012 to its new location and, along with Lunt House, makes up North Chapel Common. The Arundel Historical Society is working to place the farmhouses next to one another. Once relocated, the houses will be refurbished and serve as historical society headquarters. The Burnham House was built by Nathaniel Currier in 1795. It served as a post office for Arundel from 1833 to 1870 with Edmund Currier as the postmaster. (Kevin A. Byron photos) A crew led by Duke Emmons pours the foundation for the Arundel Historical Society’s North Chapel Common project Tuesday, Feb. 25. In the background of both photos is the Burnham House. The Burnham House was moved in February 2012 to its new location and, along with Lunt House, makes up North Chapel Common. The Arundel Historical Society is working to place the farmhouses next to one another. Once relocated, the houses will be refurbished and serve as historical society headquarters. The Burnham House was built by Nathaniel Currier in 1795. It served as a post office for Arundel from 1833 to 1870 with Edmund Currier as the postmaster. (Kevin A. Byron photos)

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