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Workshop in Archeology

The 25th annual Workshop in Archeology was held on March 26, 2016 at the Maryland Historical Trust, 100 Community Place, Crownsville, MD. Presentations included:

  • Exploring a Beautiful Place in Time: Reflections on Half a Century of Archeology at St. Mary's City (Henry Miller)
  • Searching for King Opessa's Town in the Mountains of Maryland (John Bedell)
  • Heritage from the Ground Up: Using Technology to Study Enslaved and Free Workers in an Iron-making Community (Elizabeth Comer, et al.)
  • Outfitting Outlander: Costumes, Props, and Comparisons to Maryland Archeology (Sara Rivers-Cofield)
  • CAT Session: Prehistoric Overview (Charlie Hall and Bob Wall)
  • Mallows Bay, the Ghost Fleet and Beyond (Susan Langley)
  • New Technologies in Site Recording (Kirsti Uunila and Scott Strickland)

Details are in the flyer below:


2017 Annual Workshop

Details about the 26th annual workshop, in spring 2017, will be posted here once they are finalized.