2011 Annual Meeting of the Archeological Society of Maryland

"Changing Lives, Changing Landscape"
hosted by the Upper Patuxent Archeology Group

on Saturday, October 8, 2011

Robinson Nature Center
6692 Cedar Lane
Columbia, MD

2011 Frederick L. Stiner Memorial Lecture

A Multidisciplinary Investigation for the Original Mt. Aventine(s), at Chapman State Park. Laura J. Cripps, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Anthropology Coordinator, Anthropology and Geography, Howard Community College

Going, Going, Gone: Impacts of Climate Change on Archeological Resources in Maryland. Jennifer Chadwick-Moore. GIS, Maryland Historical Trust, Maryland Department of Planning

21st-Century Technologies in the Search for an 18th-Century Town James G. Gibb, Ph.D. Gibb Archaeological Consulting

Three Centuries of Milling in Simpsonville M. Lee Preston Jr. President Upper Patuxent Archaeology Group

Inside and Outside the Robinson Nature Center Mark Raab. Superintendent, Natural Resources Division, Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks

Reassessing Howard County Architecture: The 18th Century. Kenneth M. Short. Architectural Historian, Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning

The 2011 ASM Field School at the Barton Site Robert D. Wall, Ph.D. Dept. of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, Towson State University;