Maryland Archeology Month

April 2017

At The Water's Edge:

Our Past on the Brink

Maryland Archeology Month is a celebration of our shared archeological heritage - created by Maryland's diverse inhabitants over the last 12,000 years. Protecting this irreplaceable archeological heritage provides opportunities to discover and learn from the past. We invite you to "Get Involved!" in Maryland's past by attending as many events as you can.

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April 8

Workshop: Rediscovering a 17th Century Quaker Home through Archaeology

The last program in Lost Towns Project Hands-On Archaeology Workshop series, ‘Rediscovering a 17th Century Quaker Home through Archaeology’ invites the public to join in an excavation at the 17th century site at Skipworth’s Addition. In addition to hands-on archaeology activities and artifact discussions, guest speaker Lauren Schiszik, author of the National Register Nomination on Quaker Sites in Anne Arundel County, will share her research during a lunch time lecture

Skipworth’s Addition-4558 Bayfields Rd., Harwood, MD 20776

10:00 am-2:00 pm

Contact Person: Amelia Chisholm phone: 410-222-7965     email:

Fee  $20.00                 Website:     Anne Arundel



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