Copy of It's Not Just Digging Holes! A Peak Inside the AAHA Lab

As part of the continuing coverage of the Cloverfields excavations, Joe Stephens of StratDV interviewed AAHA’s Lab Director Alexandra Glass. In this video, Alex takes us through the process that artifacts have to go through once they are excavated by AAHA’s Field Technicians.

Don’t forget that you can sign up to receive the official Cloverfields’ Newsletter here:


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:

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:


Welcome to Applied Archaeology and History Associates' New Blog

As we have begun to further develop AAHA's web presence we thought it would be a good idea to start our own blog.  We'll update the blog with stories from the field, information regarding AAHA's new projects and awards as well as news of archaeological events and happenings within the Mid-Atlantic Region and the wider world of archaeology.  Be sure to check back for more stories in the coming weeks.