In this May 2, 2013 photo provided by the LAMAR Institute, archaeologist Dan Elliott holds a piece of a decorative brass recovered during the search for a small frontier fort that was the sight of a gun battle during the Revolutionary War, in Wilkes County, Ga. Elliott says his team from the nonprofit LAMAR Institute found the location of Carr’s Fort in February after a month of searching and confirmed their discovery with return trips in March and April. (AP Photo/LAMAR Institute, Rita Elliott)

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In this May 2, 2013 photo provided by the LAMAR Institute, archaeologist Dan Elliott holds a piece of a decorative brass recovered during the search for a small frontier fort that was the sight of a gun battle during the Revolutionary War, in Wilkes County, Ga. Elliott says his team from the nonprofit LAMAR Institute found the location of Carr’s Fort in February after a month of searching and confirmed their discovery with return trips in March and April. (AP Photo/LAMAR Institute, Rita Elliott)
In this May 2, 2013 photo provided by the LAMAR Institute, archaeologist Dan Elliott holds a piece of a decorative brass recovered during the search for a small frontier fort that was the sight of a gun battle during the Revolutionary War, in Wilkes County, Ga. Elliott says his team from the nonprofit LAMAR Institute found the location of Carr’s Fort in February after a month of searching and confirmed their discovery with return trips in March and April. (AP Photo/LAMAR Institute, Rita Elliott)
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