Probably the Most Exciting Archaeological Project Currently Being Undertaken in Maryland

Since early 2018, AAHA has been involved with the investigation, documentation and restoration of the Cloverfields house and gardens.  This is a fantastic project that will provide excellent research material for future archaeologists and those involved with historic preservation.  Kimmel Studio Architects have been producing and distributing a monthly newsletter to inform anyone interested in the project’s progress. 

AAHA has been providing monthly content regarding the myriad historic artifacts, more than 40,000, that have been recovered during the excavations.  In October 2018, AAHA Vice President Jason Tyler was interviewed on the progress so far as well as what makes this project special:

https://www.cloverfieldspreservationfoundation.org/newsletters/2018/10/15/historic-preservation-newsletter-kimmel-archaeology-update

To follow along with what must me one of the most exciting projects currently being undertaken within Maryland, anyone can sign up to receive the newsletter here:

https://www.cloverfieldspreservationfoundation.org/news-1/

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