When Experts Were Digging At Woodstock, They Discovered Secrets About The Famous Festival

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On a patch of land in Upstate New York, a team of archaeologists are sweltering in the summer sun. Slowly, they are combing through the relics of one of history’s most iconic events – the Woodstock Festival of 1969. And they discover a number of artifacts buried beneath the dirt that shed new light on the defining moment of a generation.