My husband and I just bought a house near Antietam, in MD (USA). Our loan appraiser required two dilapidated buildings from the 1700s to be torn down before the purchase could go through. After we settled, I was trying to clear some of the remaining debris from the sites. Very near the surface under the floorboards of the old summer house, I found this assortment of bones. They appear to be from different animals, but I can't identify any of them. Help would be greatly appreciated!
Some of these fragments will be difficult to identify from a single photo but the jaw at the top of the photo is from a Ground hog (or similar). The large block of bone at top left is a neck vertebra of a large animal, probably cattle. The long bone centre front is a humerus of a young animal, possibly a pig. The other I am not sure about.