Join us for an Archaeology Workshop on 17th century ceramics this Thursday, October 19th from 6PM-6:45PM at the Anne Arundel County Archaeology Laboratory. After the workshop, we will provide hands-on laboratory experience processing 17th century ceramics from the Skipwith's site!
To register to attend the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org ...
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: A Multi-Media Enhancement of Four River’s African American Heritage Trail
The Lost Towns Project has received funding from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority to develop a multi-media African American Heritage Trail of the Four Rivers Heritage Area.
We are seeking three consultants to assist in the project, ( a Project Manager, an Oral Historian and a GIS Specialist) which will result in a Story Map tour (a web-based, multimedia interactive map) and a companion print guidebook.
Professional consultants will develop content for these products from archival studies, oral histories, archaeological evidence, cartographic evidence, and existing historic sites, to be made accessible to the public through an interactive and dynamic map portal that will be hosted on the Lost Towns website and partner sites. We'll also host public workshops to gather oral histories, and explore significant stories and historic sites.
Join us tomorrow (Friday 9/29) for the Backfilling Party at Skipwith's Addition in Harwood, MD start at 8:30AM and earn a Lost Towns Project hat! For more information and to sign up, please email email@example.com ...