Archeologists uncovered the remains of an old mill and several other artifacts used by priests and Indians near the San Gabriel Mission as early as the 1770s, officials confirmed Tuesday. The digging was part of an ongoing environmental survey by archeologists contracted by the Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority, which is working on a project to lower train tracks at the site into a trench.
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