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After being moved to the Bell Homestead it was converted into an adjunct museum on the development of telephone technology.Paul Racher, Principal with Archaeological Research Associates Ltd., will present a free talk hosted by the Brant Historical Society on November 23, regarding the significant archaeological find at the site of Brantford's new YMCA.- Submitted Surprised isn’t exactly the word archaeologist Paul Racher would use in describing the significant find at the site of Brantford’s future YMCA. “It was probably one of the largest and most complex projects that I’ve done in 30 years.The victim said she told the accused she was 18 years old over the site, then later told him she was 16. They later met when the man picked up the girl at her residence.The man drove them to a parking lot, where inappropriate sexual touching occurred.A 25-year-old Brantford man faces charges of child luring and sexual assault. 24, 2017 in response to a report of the sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl.
The girl contacted the Brantford Police Service to report the assault after they communicated using an Internet dating site.
The archaeological dig along the south side of Colborne Street resulted in the finding of 400,000 artifacts, some of which date back as far as 500 BC.
“What we didn’t realize was that because that old streetscape from the 1850s had been built prior to mechanical equipment, that essentially they just built on top of remains that were already there,” Racher said.
The Homestead is operated by the Bell Homestead Committee of the City of Brantford.
The Homestead was recognized as historic on and was formally listed on the Canadian Register on 22 June 2009, becoming one of the National Historic Sites of Canada on that date.
A large visitor reception centre has also been added adjacent to Melville House.