Workers in Boston may have unearthed Paul Revere’s outhouse

BOSTON, Mass. (WTNH) — Workers digging around Paul Revere’s house in Boston believe they may have found his outhouse.

Now, an archaeological team is digging deeper. The team found a four by six foot brick rectangle that is too small to be the foundation for a house or a shed.

They say they have also found the handle to a German-made beer stein from the 1700’s and pieces of coal.

Paul Revere’s home was believed to have been built around 1711.

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