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Archaeologists have discovered what they think are remains of a barn or blacksmith workshop in North Bethesda that could date to the days of Josiah Henson, a former slave whose autobiography inspired the novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Looking for evidence of...
If you enjoy watching history unearthed before your eyes, Archeology Awareness Days at the Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell is for you. On July 14-15, you can observe students continuing the discovery and preservation of the village. Visitors...
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Archaeologists have uncovered the stone and brick foundation of a St. Mary's City structure that served as Maryland's first state house. The Calvert House site was identified in the 1980s. On Thursday, the Historic St. Mary's City museum announced its...
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Few patches of ground looked less promising when student archaeologists began probing the center of historic James Fort toward the end of their 2010 summer field school. Scoured out by slaves for the construction of a Confederate earthwork, the...
When archaeologist William Kelso began digging at Jamestown in 1994, few historians gave him much chance of finding the long-lost English fort of 1607. Most believed the pioneering outpost had disappeared into the James River by the 1800s. Some noted...
Federal officials are replacing the food pyramid with a full plate — and while experts say that the new approach is an imperfect solution, it's a vast improvement on the much-maligned My Pyramid. At a news conference Thursday morning, First Lady...
Three years of digging at a prehistoric Indian site in Anne Arundel County has unearthed the oldest structures and human habitations in Maryland and is making this bluff above the Patuxent River one of the most important archaeological sites in the Mid-...
Volunteer archaeologists are descending on leafy Lafayette Square in West Baltimore this weekend in an effort to uncover relics from Camp Hoffman, a Union army encampment that stood there during the Civil War. Just hours into the project Friday, while...
Gayle Anderson was live in Downtown Los Angeles at the California Science Center for the arrival of the West Coast premiere of "CLEOPATRA: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt." The exhibit opens at the California Science Center May 23rd. "CLEOPATRA"...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Sculpture, Egypt, Europe, Science
For the next couple of weeks, some local college students are taking part in an archaeological dig at the original home of Havilah Beardsley, Elkhart’s founder. And as WSBT's Ed Ernstes reports in the video attached above, it's providing clues to...
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Gayle Anderson was live in Dowtown Los Angeles for a preview of the opening of "Cleopatra-The Exhibition." The West Coast premiere of "Cleopatra: The Exhibition" will open at the California Science Center tomorrow, Wednesday May 23rd. "CLEOPATRA" features...
Tags: Arts and Culture, IMAX, Sculpture, Egypt, Europe
How was desert museum funded? Having been a volunteer in small volunteer museums and knowing how hard it is to staff them with volunteers and maintain them with fundraisers and donations, I am curious about this relatively new Imperial Valley Desert...
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