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A shale gas drilling rig in Washington, Pa.

Archaeology students from West Virginia University at a dig near a shale gas site in Marianna, Pa.

Family’s fight with driller illustrates legal loophole that exposes Native American, historical sites

Companies don’t have to check for archaeological importance before starting work. And even if a site does have historic significance, the law requires no action. “You could bulldoze it away if you wanted to,” one archaeologist said.

By Reid Frazier

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