Thanks to the efforts of the Crum family who owned the property where the Biggs Ford site is located, artifacts from excavations were returned to Frederick Community College for exhibit.
The Devilbiss-Fishing Creek site is a large, well-known multi-component prehistoric archeological site in Frederick County.
Archeological testing at the Discovery Site (18FR694) was undertaken by members of MAS to determine limits of the site’s boundaries and integrity.
The Biggs Ford Site has been the focus of many excavations over a period of years.
L’Hermitage is a significant historic and archeological resource located at the Monocacy National Battlefield.
The Claggett Retreat Site was the location of two annual field sessions conducted by the Archeological Society of Maryland.
The Beatty-Cramer house excavations were conducted entirely by volunteers of the Monocacy Archeological Society.
The Rosenstock Village Site was the focus of two annual field sessions of the Archeological Society of Maryland.