Workshop in Archeology
WWII Era Grumman F8F Bearcat (inset, side-scan sonar imagery of same)."
The Maryland Historical Trust and the Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc. presented the 27th annual Workshop in Archeology on March 10, 2018 at the Maryland Historical Trust, 100 Community Place, Crownsville, MD. Presentations included:
- Stalking Panthers, Falcons, and Bearcats in the Chesapeake: The 2015-17 NAS PAX River Sunken Historic Aircraft Survey (George Schwarz and David Howe)
- The Town of Secowocomoco? Archeological Investigations at Lower Brambly (18ST51), Near Chaptico, Maryland (Julie King)
- CAT SESSION – Preservation Laws (Charlie Hall)
- Persistent Place, or Just Passin' Through? The Contact Period Occupation at Biggs Ford (Matt McKnight)
- The Value of X-radiography in Archeology and Conservation (Francis Lukezic)
- CAT SESSION – Archeological Ethics (Jim Gibb)
- From the Depths of History: U-1105, the Ghost Fleet, and the Efforts to Understand and Preserve Them (Troy Nowak)
- Annual Field Session Preview: Return to Calverton (Kirsti Uunila)
- The 2017 Archeological Investigations at the River Farm Site in Lothian, Maryland (Zachary Singer)
Certified Archeological Technician (CAT) candidates seeking credit for their certification program must attend both sessions.
Details and directions to the venue are in the flyer below:
2019 Annual Workshop
Details about the 28th annual workshop, in spring 2019, will be posted here once they are finalized.