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- See Field Schools below.
- The Search for the Lion of Baltimore Searching for the Privateer Lion of Baltimore, burned during the war of 1812 by the British in Bodkin Creek.
- Pamunkey River Project: White House Landing. Continuing survey of various vessel remains located along the shoreline of the Pamunkey River in central Virginia at Whitehouse Landing. The landing served as a Union Supply depot in 1862 and 1864 to support the attempted invasion of the Confederate capitol of Richmond, VA. For the latest updates, visit the Pamunkey River Project blog.
- Upper Wicomico River: Salisbury Wrecks. MAHS is surveying and documenting wreck sites on the Upper Wicomico River
for the Maryland Historical Trust.
Unidentified hull fragment (18WC185)
Centerboard schooner (18WC187)
Landing craft - LCVP (18WC188)
- 2012 Florida Field School (PDF 4.1 MB) Pickles Reef, June 2012.
- 2011 Florida Field School (PDF 6.7 MB) Pickles Reef, June 2011.
- 2010 Florida Field School (PDF 3.0 MB) Pickles Reef, June 2010.
- 2009 Florida Field School (PDF 2.6 MB) Molasses Reef, June 2009.
- 2008 Florida Field School (PDF 3.8 MB) Slobodna, Molasses Reef, June 2008.
- 2007 Florida Field School (PDF 3.2 MB) Regina, Bradenton Beach, June 2007.
- Pamunkey River Project: Remote Sensing Survey. MAHS conducted a remote sensing survey along the Pamunkey River to identify potential shipwreck sites as part of an ongoing initiative documenting historic resources in the river.
- Pamunkey River Project: White House Terrestrial Survey and Thermal Imaging Survey. Remote sensing survey and mapping at Lee-Custis plantation house New Kent, VA.
- Chester River Survey. With Washington College, surveyed 35 remote sensing targets in the Chester River, Maryland.
- Cherryfield. Surveyed and mapped the wreck of an unidentified vessel that may be a ram schooner. The work was conducted on behalf of the Maryland Historical Trust.
- Pamunkey River Project: Garlick's Landing. Located and surveyed vessel remains along the riverfront at Garlick's Landing.
- Tippity Whichity Island.   Surveyed and documented a wreck of unknown origin and type for the Maryland Historical Trust.
- Chesapeake Historic Inventory Project.   Surveyed and recorded sites in the Chesapeake Bay for the Maryland Historical Trust.
- U-1105.   Assisted the Naval Historical Center and Maryland Historical Trust in stewardship of Maryland’s first Underwater Dive Preserve, the German submarine U-1105.
- French Reef Project. Survey and documentation of unidentified vessel remains located on French Reef for the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary ..
- Cherryfield. Surveyed and mapped the wreck of what may be a ram schooner for the Maryland Historical Trust.
- Great Storm. With the SeaDive Organisation, Thanet Trust for Archaeology, and East Kent Maritime Trust, MAHS helped survey the Stirling Castle and other Royal Navy ships lost in the English Channel in 1703.
STIMANA. Assisted the Curaçao-based Foundation for Marine Archaeology of the Netherlands Antilles [STIMANA] in training volunteer divers and in surveys of the Alphen, an 18th-century Dutch warship, and the Mediator, a 19th-century British merchant vessel, both of which were lost in the harbor of Willemstad.
PBM-3 Seaplane. For the Naval Historical Center, MAHS surveyed and documented a Navy seaplane that sank in the Chesapeake Bay in 1944.
- Betterton Wreck. With the Maryland Historical Trust, surveyed an unidentified structure, possibly a steamer or a floating sawmill.
- Manilla Wreck. With the Bermuda Maritime Museum, MAHS surveyed a wreck believed to be a slaver.
- Chesapeake Flotilla. For Maryland Historical Trust and the Naval Historical Center, MAHS helped survey gunboats scuttled when the British attacked and burned Washington, D.C. in 1814.
- HMS Ontario. With Old Fort Niagara, Ontario, MAHS assisted in a side-scan sonar reconnaissance to locate the brig HMS Ontario, lost in 1781.
- London Towne. MAHS helped state and county archaeologists in Maryland document maritime activities since the 17th century using archival research, remote sensing, and underwater surveys.
- Constellation. With the Bermuda Maritime Museum, MAHS mapped the wreck of a four-masted schooner lost in 1943.
- Spanish Frigates. With East Carolina University, MAHS surveyed two frigates lost near Anguilla in 1772, mapped the frigate Nuestra Se?ora del Buen Consejo, and discovered the remains of an 18th-century cargo ship.
- L'Herminie. With the Bermuda Maritime Museum and East Carolina University, MAHS surveyed and mapped a French frigate, lost near Bermuda in 1838.
- HMS Proselyte. With Maritime Archaeological Research, MAHS surveyed and mapped a British warship that sank near St. Maarten in 1801.
- Mallows Bay. With Maryland Historical Trust and maritime historian Donald G. Shomette, MAHS assisted in surveying what may be the largest ship graveyard in the United States.
- Croatan Wreck. With the Lifesaving Museum of Virginia, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Texas A & M University, MAHS recorded a wooden wreck that washed ashore at Virginia Beach.
- Virginia State Navy Shipyard. With East Carolina University, MAHS surveyed a Revolutionary War shipyard and two sunken vessels, recovered artifacts for study and conservation, and logged more than 150 hours in the water.
- Floating Drydock Bermuda. With the Bermuda Maritime Museum and Brown University, MAHS mapped and recorded the remains of a massive 19th-century cast iron drydock.
- HMS Fowey. With the National Park Service and the University of Maryland, MAHS surveyed the wreck of a British frigate that sank in 1748 and was uncovered by Hurricane Andrew in Key Biscayne National Park, Florida.
- Steward Shipyard. With the Maryland Historical Trust and the Archeological Society of Maryland, MAHS assisted in terrestrial and underwater surveys of a Revolutionary War period shipyard.
- West and Rhode Rivers Archival Survey. Under a grant from the Maryland Historical Trust, MAHS identified charts of the area, digitized each chart, and prepared an annotated bibliography.
- West and Wye Rivers. MAHS continued a survey of the bugeye Fannie Hayward, made full-scale drawings of sections of the wreck, and conducted remote sensing of other sites in the vicinity.
- HMS DeBraak. MAHS assisted the State of Delaware in inventorying, recording, and conserving artifacts from a British warship that sank in Delaware Bay in 1798.
- West and Rhode Rivers. With the Maryland Historical Trust and the University of Maryland, MAHS catalogued sites, conducted remote sensing, recorded a well eroding from the riverbank, surveyed the bugeye Fannie Hayward, and mapped additional submerged and terrestrial sites.
- Fort Jefferson National Monument. With the National Park Service and Brown University, MAHS assisted in archival research on wrecks at Ft. Jefferson, in the Dry Tortugas, Florida, and surveyed the "Nine Cannon Wreck" and other sites, logging approximately 300 dives.
- Schooner Wreck, Boxcar Wreck. With the Submerged Cultural Resources Unit of the National Park Service, MAHS recorded the Schooner and Boxcar wrecks and two other sites in Biscayne Bay, Florida. MAHS also prepared a bibliography of charts of the Dry Tortugas.
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