Boston’s archeology team is digging at several sites through the city to uncover untold stories of the city’s connection to slavery, the Underground Railroad and Black history.

The first of three excavations got underway in mid-September at the Shirley-Eustis House in Roxbury.

The mansion, built in 1747, was once the seasonal country estate of William Shirley, Royal Governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.

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