Tagged as Archaeology

Preservation Maryland is seeking proposals from qualified consulting firms to inventory the historic resources and cultural landscape of Fort Tonoloway, located within Maryland’s Fort Tonoloway State Park; conduct military terrain analysis (KOCOA); and develop an archeological research design to inform future research and preservation planning.

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Anne Arundel County has a very active archaeology program and community working to unearth important and forgotten history. The Lost Towns Project received a Heritage Fund grant to help share their work in two short documentary-style videos.

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With the completion of the public period comment in 2017, advocates anticipate that Maryland’s Mallows Bay, the location of a WWI-era ghost fleet of ships, may be announced as a National Marine Sanctuary within the next two years.

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One-third of archaeological sites in Anne Arundel County are threatened by weather and other natural hazards. The Lost Towns Projects used a recent Heritage Fund grant to get the word out through a series of public videos, called “A Race Against Time: Maryland Archaeology and the Quest to Recover History.”

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