UNC archeologist Brett Riggs, left, and grad student David Cranford photograph the site of what was once the home of UNC presidents Joseph Caldwell and David Swain in the 1800s.
UNC archeologist Brett Riggs, left, and grad student David Cranford photograph the site of what was once the home of UNC presidents Joseph Caldwell and David Swain in the 1800s. cseward@newsobserver.com
UNC archeologist Brett Riggs, left, and grad student David Cranford photograph the site of what was once the home of UNC presidents Joseph Caldwell and David Swain in the 1800s. cseward@newsobserver.com

Under a Chapel Hill driveway, the university of the past emerges

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