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Posted April 16. 2018 12:11PM

Archaeologists find eroding coastlines threaten past as much as present

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A driver ventures down a road made impassable by coastal flooding in Rye. (KIM REED/UNH)

New Hampshire's Seacoast is home to some of the earliest history of European settlers anywhere in the country. Believe it or not, much of that history is still being uncovered. But now climate change and sea-level rise is adding new urgency to those efforts. NHPR's Jason Moon joined a UNH researcher for a hike to see a centuries-old archaeological site that is literally washing away.