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Your search in the category "Archaeology" returned 595 results in 30 pages.

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Curtis, Jennifer Keats. “To the Manor Born.” Maryland Life?em>, 3 (March/April 2007): 66- 71.
Category: Archaeology

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Custer, Jay F. "A Summary of Archeological Investigations at the White Swan Tavern (18KE232), Chestertown, Kent County, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 31 (March and September 1995): 25-38.

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Custer, Jay F. "New Perspectives on the Delmarva Adena Complex." Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology, 12 (Issue 1 1987): 33-53.
Category: Archaeology

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Custer, Jay F. and Keith R. Doms. "Analysis of Surface Collections from the Oxford Site (18TA3), Talbot Couty, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 20 (March 1984): 11-16.

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Custer, Jay F., Keith R. Doms, Kristen Walker, and Adrienne Allegretti. "Archeological Investigations at 18KE128, Kent County, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 33 (March-September 1997): 45-58.

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Custer, Jay F., Patricia A. Jehle, H. Henry Ward, Scott C. Watson, and Claire Mensack. "Archeological Investigations at the Arrowhead Farm Site Complex, Kent County, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 22 (September 1986): 20-35.

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Davidson, Thomas E. “The Last Town Standing—The Choptank Indian Town.” Maryland Archeology, 42 (March 2006): 9-14.

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Davidson, Thomas E. "Historically Attested Indian Villages of the Lower Delmarva." Maryalnd Archeology, 18 (March 1982): 1-8.

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Davidson, Thomas E. "Historically Attested Indian Villages of the Lower Delmarva." Maryland Archeology, 18 (March 1982): 1-8.

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Davidson, Thomas E. “The Last Town Standing—The Choptank Indian Town.” Maryland Archeology, 42 (March 2006): 9-14.

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Deeley, Kathryn Hubsch. “Double ‘double consciousness’: An archaeology of African American class and identity in Annapolis, Maryland, 1850 to 1930.” Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 2015.

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Dent, Joe. “ASM joining in Year of the Keyser site.” ASM Ink, 32 (June 2006): 1, 10.
Category: Archaeology

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Dent, Joe. “Biggs Ford report: Features, post-molds and palisades, oh my.” ASM Ink, 41 (July 2014): 1, 7.

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Dent, Joe. “Biggs Ford Site lives up to its billing.” ASM Ink, 39 (July 2013): 1, 3.

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Dent, Joe. “Fully Intact Dog Skeleton is the First for Winslow Site.” ASM Ink, 29 (September 2003): 3.
Category: Archaeology

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Dent, Joe. “Human Burial Reinterred at the Winslow Site.” ASM Ink, 29 (October 2003): 3.
Category: Archaeology

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Dent, Joe. “There’s a Biggs Ford in your future.” ASM Ink, 39 (May 2013): 1, 4.

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Dent, Richard J. “Claggett Retreat: Formative Settled Life in the Middle Potomac Valley.” Maryland Archeology, 46 (March-September 2010): 1-37.
Category: Archaeology

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Dent, Richard J. “Excavations at the Hughes Village Site: Life on the Middle Potomac River Bottomland.” Maryland Archeology, 45 (March-September 2009): 1-28

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Dent, Richard J. “The Winslow Site: Household and Community Archeology in the Middle Potomac Valley.” Maryland Archeology, 41 (March-September 2005): 1- 51.
Category: Archaeology