Events

Please join us for our October in-person meeting at the C. Burr Artz Library in Frederick.  The program will be a YouTube presentation by Dr. Darrin Lowery on “Late Pleistocene Geoarcheology: A Long-term Collective Investigation of Eroding Coastal Landforms in the Middle Atlantic Region”. Dr. Lowery has been working in this area for many years … Read More “Monocacy Chapter October Meeting Announcement” »

Events

Please join us for our Wednesday, September 14 in-person meeting at the C. Burr Artz library in Frederick.  Todd Mackley of Emmitsburg Maryland, will present a program on a neolithic Native American site in the Catoctin Mountains near Mt. St. Mary’s University. He is finding evidence of long-term habitation, agriculture, fishing and subareas within the … Read More “Monocacy Chapter September Meeting Announcement” »

Events

Guy R. Neal, Primal Knowledge, LLC, will present a program about 23,000 years of rhyolite use in the mid-Atlantic region, which includes a study of collection methods and use of prehistoric metarhyolite tool stone in Central Maryland. He will bring samples of both finished tools and raw rhyolite. The program will be held on Wednesday, … Read More “Monocacy Chapter June Meeting Announcement” »

News

April is Maryland Archeology Month! This year’s theme is “The Future of Studying the Past: Innovative Technologies in Maryland Archeology”. Visit the Maryland Archeology Month Website (https://www.marylandarcheologymonth.org) to learn more about the interesting applications of innovative technologies in Maryland archeology. Maryland Archaeology Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum #MarylandHistoricalTrust #MDSHPO #Archaeology #MarylandArchaeologyMonth

Events

You are invited -Wednesday, February 16, at 7:00 p.m. The village of Catoctin Furnace lacks a collective memory that includes the African American workers (both enslaved and freed) who lived and worked at the village’s iron furnace from the time of the Revolution until the mid 19th century.  Now, the village historical society and partners … Read More “We Too Are The Village: Reparative Heritage at Catoctin Furnace” »