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3 places updated August 31, 2011
3 places including Beaumont Tower, MSU Department of History, Botanical Laboratory
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    "This building was built in 1879, and burned down in 1890. A stone marks the northeast corner of the structure, placed by Dr. William Beal, who built and worked in the building."
    MSU Campus ArchaeologistMSU Campus Archaeologist · April 23, 2010
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    "In 2009, Archaeologists discovered the Northeast Corner of College Hall, MSU's 1st building built in 1855, under the sidewalk running along the east side of Beaumont. The building collapsed in 1918."
    MSU Campus ArchaeologistMSU Campus Archaeologist · April 20, 2010
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    "Beaumont was erected in 1928. It marks the northeast corner of College Hall, the nation's first building dedicated to agricultural science and the first building on MSU's campus, built in 1855."
    MSU Campus ArchaeologistMSU Campus Archaeologist · April 20, 2010
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    "Morrill was built in 1900 to serve as the 1st dorm for MSC women. Called the "coop" by male students, female students who lived there had to follow many different rules then their male counterparts."
    MSU Campus ArchaeologistMSU Campus Archaeologist · April 20, 2010
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    · East Lansing, United States