MAHS Now Meets Bi-Monthly - You're invited!
Troy J. Nowak
Asst. State Underwater Archaeologist
Maryland Historical Trust
Troy will provide a brief overview of current Maryland Maritime Archeology Program activities, an update on recent accomplishments and plans for 2014, and share preliminary results from a recent collaborative project undertaken with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission involving study of the Patuxent River shoreline near Nottingham and Edward Griffin’s lost schooner Happy Return.
Join us Tuesday, February 11, at 7:30 PM at McLean High School.
The public is invited.
MAHS Announces the Introductory Course in Underwater Archaeology
The MAHS annual Introductory Course in Underwater Archaeology begins Tuesday, January 28, 2014. We are now accepting applications.
Click here for the course announcement and provisional schedule.
Field Schools in Florida
MAHS held two field schools in underwater archaeology during the month of June in the Florida Keys. One was conducted in John Pennekamp State Park in Key Largo on June 21-22, the other on Pickles Reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary on June 28-29. See a slide show from the Pennekamp field school here, and a news story about the Pickles Reef field school in the Miami Herald.
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