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2011 Field Session at
Barton Village Site (18AG1), Allegany
10 - 20 June, 2011


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The 2011 Field Session was held at the Barton Site, a prehistoric village in Allegany County. This site has been investigated over a number of years under the direction of Dr. Bob Wall, with help from various field schools and the Western Maryland Archeological Society.

If you have heard heard Bob's talk about the surveys conducted in the last couple of years you know how much research and field work already had been done, leading to the questions the Field Session will try to answer.

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Thanks - The Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc. and the Maryland Historic Trust would like to thank the Archeological Conservancy. Without their granting access to the site this Field Session would not have happened. We would also like to recognize the effort put in by the Western Chapter oaf the Archeological Society of Maryland for the work they did to help prepare for the event and take care of us during the session. We especially thank Dave and Darlene Frederick for use of their yard as a campsite for the duration of the session.