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Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc. Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc. (AAHA) is a small, woman-owned cultural resources consulting business.

April IS Maryland Archeology Month
04/02/2020
April IS Maryland Archeology Month

April IS Maryland Archeology Month

By Charlie Hall, State Terrestrial Archeologist Every April since 1993 Marylanders have celebrated Archeology Month. Officially proclaimed by the Governor as a celebration of the remarkable archeol…

03/10/2020
Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference

Zac Andrews had planned to present a review of the almost two years of archaeology AAHA has conducted at Cloverfields in Queen Anne's County. He will be presenting the same paper at the Archaeological Society of Maryland Workshop on March 28, 2020 in Crownsville along with additional presentations of ceramics and floral remains from some sub-floor pit contexts.

The 2020 MAAC Conference is officially cancelled for next week. Please see the following note from MAAC President Greg Lattanzi:

Dear MAAC Membership,

After much deliberation and discussion it is with profound sadness that the Executive Board has voted to cancel this year's MAAC. We have been contacted by numerous members who have said that they or their company or university havecancelled all travel for employees, faculty and students. I have even been told not to travel to any conferences. The Board feels that this will only increase daily and that we would rather have a well attended, stress-free conference, than not.

In the coming days the Board will be working on refunding everyones meeting registration fees. You will be recieving an email telling you how the refund will happen. All members will be contacted about this decision and it will also be posted on social media and the MAAC website.

The Board will also be discussing whether to reschedule the conference later in the year. I hope all of you understand that this decision was based on the health and well being of all of our membership.

Gregory D. Lattanzi

MAAC President

02/21/2020
Maryland Public Television

Applied Archaeology and History Associates assisted the MDOT SHA with this project.

In this new series from MPT Digital Studios, Maryland State Highway Administration workers uncover an unusual series of graves in an abandoned piece of land in Hyattsville.

All episodes of “A Maryland Mystery Lady” are available to stream now. https://video.mpt.tv/show/mpt-digital-studios/

Applied Archaeology in Annapolis
01/17/2020
Reminder of the age of ice in Annapolis

Applied Archaeology in Annapolis

That was the archaeological lesson in Annapolis Wednesday, when a crew of builders removing a garage on King George Street to make way for a new one uncovered a forgotten luxury.

10/30/2019

Happy Halloween from Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc.

Applied Archaeology is proud to be working on this project with this wonderful team.
10/18/2019
Jack Abeel of Jack Abeel Custom Millwork explains how he transforms trees into shingles — Cloverfields Preservation Foundation

Applied Archaeology is proud to be working on this project with this wonderful team.

This newsletter features Jack Abeel of Jack Abeel Custom Millwork. The company specializes in millwork for historic buildings. Jack has more than 30 years of experience, and Colonial Williamsburg is one of his clients. The Cloverfields Preservation Foundation hired him to create the shingles for the

Archaeologic jackpot found in Annapolis sewer line dig
04/12/2019
Archaeologic jackpot found in Annapolis sewer line dig

Archaeologic jackpot found in Annapolis sewer line dig

Most of the time when the City of Annapolis makes construction crews monitor any digging for archeological artifacts nothing of interest turns up. That’s not the case a pit dug on Green Street to replace a sewer line.

In the further adventures of the Applied Archaeology excavations at Cloverfields. . . . https://www.cloverfieldspreserva...
04/05/2019
Cloverfields as of March 2019: A Rare 18th-Century Wooden-Lined Ice House is Uncovered Under a Trash Pit

In the further adventures of the Applied Archaeology excavations at Cloverfields. . . . https://www.cloverfieldspreservationfoundation.org/newsletters/historic-preservation-newsletter-kimmel-ice-house

In January of 2018, a ground penetrating radar detected an anomaly in a specific section of the lawn. Something had happened below the surface of that portion of the lawn, different from what was around it. Since then, the preservation specialists working at Cloverfields have tried to figure out

01/24/2019

Attending the Delaware Department of Transportation DBE & Small Business Summit. Opened by Senator Tom Carper and Senator Chris Coons.

Washington Post
11/30/2018
Washington Post

Washington Post

A new invasive tick species capable of transmitting several severe diseases is spreading in the United States, posing an emerging threat to human and animal health.

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