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Maryland Archeology Month

April 2019

The Magic and Mystery of Maryland Archeology

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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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Charles County Events


April 1


Laboratory Work: Public Archaeology Lab Days

Join CCASM members and Charles County archaeologist Esther Read for the ongoing Public Archaeology Lab Days.Process artifacts recovered in the 1970s around the Port Tobacco Courthouse. Everyone is welcome, but children will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Sponsor: Charles County and Charles County Archaeological Society of Maryland, Inc

Location: Burch House, Warehouse Landing Rd, Port Tobacco, MD 20677

Time(s): 11:00am-3:30pm

Contact Person: Esther Doyle Read

Contact phone: email: ReadE@charlescountymd.gov

Free

Website: ccarchsoc.blogspot.com


April 8


Laboratory Work: Public Archaeology Lab Days

Join CCASM members and Charles County archaeologist Esther Read for the ongoing Public Archaeology Lab Days.Process artifacts recovered in the 1970s around the Port Tobacco Courthouse. Everyone is welcome, but children will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Sponsor: Charles County and Charles County Archaeological Society of Maryland, Inc
Location: Burch House, Warehouse Landing Rd, Port Tobacco, MD 20677

Time(s): 11:00am-3:30pm

Contact Person: Esther Doyle Read

Contact phone: email: ReadE@charlescountymd.gov

Free

Website: ccarchsoc.blogspot.com


April 11


Lecture: Interpreting West Ashcom (Cremona Estate): Drones, Artifacts, and Archives by Lisa Gijanto

Come hear Lisa Gijanto from St. Mary’s College of Maryland relate how traditional GIS mapping was paired with experimental drone data to help interpret the seventeenth century homestead of West Ashcom, a site that has been subjected to centuries of continuous plowing and planting.

Sponsor: Charles County Archaeological Society of Maryland, Inc

Location: La Plata Police Department, 101 La Grange Avenue, La Plata, MD

Time(s): 7pm – 8:30pm

Contact Person: Carol Cowherd

Contact phone: 301-375-9489

email: ccasm2010@gamil.com

Free

Website: ccarchsoc.blogspot.com


April 15


Laboratory Work: Public Archaeology Lab Days|

Join CCASM members and Charles County archaeologist Esther Read for the ongoing Public Archaeology Lab Days.Process artifacts recovered in the 1970s around the Port Tobacco Courthouse. Everyone is welcome, but children will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Sponsor: Charles County and Charles County Archaeological Society of Maryland, Inc

Location: Burch House, Warehouse Landing Rd, Port Tobacco, MD 20677

Time(s): 11:00am-3:30pm

Contact Person: Esther Doyle Read

Contact phone: email: ReadE@charlescountymd.gov

Free

Website: ccarchsoc.blogspot.com


April 29


Laboratory Work: Public Archaeology Lab Days

Join CCASM members and Charles County archaeologist Esther Read for the ongoing Public Archaeology Lab Days.Process artifacts recovered in the 1970s around the Port Tobacco Courthouse. Everyone is welcome, but children will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Sponsor: Charles County and Charles County Archaeological Society of Maryland, Inc

Location: Burch House, Warehouse Landing Rd, Port Tobacco, MD 20677

Time(s): 11:00am-3:30pm

Contact Person: Esther Doyle Read

Contact phone: email: ReadE@charlescountymd.gov

Free

Website: ccarchsoc.blogspot.com

Sponsored by:        

ASM

Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc