The 3rd Annual PAC Fall Program: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Cultural Resource Programs in Pennsylvania 

When: Friday, October 30, 2020 @ 1:30

Where: Zoom - Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtde6vrDgrGN27VIIuGPw1pt_zFkFUapCU

For the 3rd annual PAC Fall Program archeologists from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Pittsburgh Districts will present programs about their Cultural Resource programs.  Nicole Minnichbach and Michael Hayduk will present on behalf of the Philadelphia District, Eva Falls and Ethan Bean will represent the Baltimore District and Michelle Zulauf will present on Pittsburgh District’s program.  Eva, Ethan, and Michelle are relatively new to their positions so this will be an opportunity to get to know new USACE staff, hear about how each district operates, and ask programmatic and project-related questions.

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A.D. Marble
201 International Circle
Suite 230
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
410-902-1421
https://www.admarble.com/contact-us/

AECOM
12420 Milestone Center Drive, #150
Germantown, MD 20876
301-820-3000
http://www.aecom.com

Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc.
Jeanne Ward, President
615 Fairglen Lane
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-224-3402
http://www.appliedarchaeology.com

Dovetail Cultural Resources Group
11905 Bowman Drive, Suite 502
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
540-899-9170
http://www.dovetailcrg.com

Edward Otter, Inc.
Edward Otter, Ph.D., President
1704 Camden Avenue
Salisbury, Md. 21801
443-880-2339
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Elizabeth Anderson Comer/Archaeology
Elizabeth Anderson Comer
4303 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-243-6767
https://www.eacarchaeology.com/

Gibb Archaeological Consulting
Jim Gibb, Ph.D., Principal
2554 Carrollton Road
Annapolis, MD 21403
443-482-9593
https://gibbarchaeology.net

Justine McKnight Archaeobotanical Consulting
Justine McKnight, Ph.D.
289 Fibich Lane
West River, MD 20778
410-507-3582
http://www.archeobotany.com

Michael Baker International
Tom Bodor - Director of Cultural Resource Services
100 Airside Drive, Airside Business Park
Moon Township, PA 15108
412-269-2049 or 410-353-0401
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https://www.MBakerintl.com
 
Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory
Mick Worthington
25 E. Montgomery St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
410-929-1520
https://www.dendrochronology.com

R. Christopher Goodwin
241 E. Fourth Street
Suite 100
Frederick, MD 21701
800-340-2724
https://www.rcgoodwin.com

RK&K
700 East Pratt Street
Suite 500
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-728-2900
https://www.rkk.com/our-work/services/environmental/cultural-resources/

The Ottery Group
Lyle Torp, Managing Director
3910 Knowles Ave.
Kensington, MD 20895
301-946-0219
http://otterygroup.com

TRC
4425-B Forbes Blvd.
Suite 4425-B
Lanham, MD 20706
301-306-6981
https://www.trccompanies.com/offices/lanham-md-20706/

Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc.
1131 Benfield Boulevard, Suite L
Millersville, Maryland 21108
410-672-5990
https://www.wetlands.com/archeology

WSP USA
John Bedell, PhD, RPA
111 Market Place, Suite 1020
Baltimore, MD 21202
202-303-2664
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The Council for Maryland Archeology offers a $250.00 stipend to a student presenting a paper at the annual meeting of the Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference (MAAC). This stipend is awarded annually to assist participating students with conference expenses.

Criteria for this award include the following:

  • The applicant must be a graduate or undergraduate student at an acredited college or university.
  • Successful applicants will be registered to give a paper at the MAAC (the MAAC registration deadline is normally December 15).
  • Applicants must show interest in participating in Maryland archeology outside of the classroom.

This Year's Stipend Deadline - February 1, 2020

Download the application information HERE and apply today!

 

Previous Stipend Recipients:

2019 - Olivia Hamilton (Salisbury University), "Zooarchaeology of Colonial Sites in Somerset, Maryland"
2018 - Sarah Grady (University of Maryland, College Park), "1930 Mill Swamp Rosenwald Type School"
2017 - Craig Stevens (American University), "Using GIS to Interpret the Josiah Henson Site"
2016 - Rebecca Webster (St Mary's College of Maryland), "Analysis of Glass and Shell Beads from 16th to 19th Century Sites in Southern Maryland"
2015 - Zachary Singer (University of Conneticut), "Re-analyzing the Higgins and Nolan's Ferry Paleoindian Occupations "
2015 - Matt Nicholson (University of Baltimore), "Comparing Prehistoric Contexts at the Lost Towns Project"
2015 - Catherine Dye (St. Mary's College of Maryland), "Comparing Childhood Habitation and Burial Contexts"
2014 - Jarrett Smith (Howard University), "Reviewing African American Sites Using Compliance Archaeology Reports"
2014 - Kaiolani Siregar (St. Mary's College of Maryland), "The Chemical Signature for Morgan Jones Ceramics using XRF Spectrometer"
2013 - Skylar Bauer (St. Mary's College of Maryland), "'pallizaded in the defense:' The Architecture of Conflict in the 17th-Century Chesapeake"
2012 - Jennifer Allen (University of Maryland, College Park), "Benefiting the Public Through a More Curation Focused Archaeology"
2011 - Jenna Zimmerman (University of Maryland, College Park), "Eighteenth-Century Plantation Landscapes in Anne Arundel County, Maryland: Establishing a Model for the Location of Slave Quarters"
2010 - Kate Birmingham (The George Washington University), "The Boyd Family of Queen Anne Town: Social Mobility and Material Culture in 18th Century Maryland"
2010 - Emily Swain (University of Maryland, College Park), "Sites, Surveys, and Stewardship: Discovering the Potential of Prince George's County"

Thanks so much to Dr John Seidel, Dr. Bill Schindler, and Washington College for hosting CfMA’s winter meeting last weekend! Members had the opportunity to tour the impressive new Semans-Griswold Environmental Building, home to the Center for Environment & Society at Washington College, then went to Eastern Shore Food Lab where we went through the process of nixtamalization, then stone ground fresh masa, and finally cranked out some amazingly delicious tortillas. It was one of the best CfMA outings in recent memory!

Dr. Bill Schindler of the Eastern Shore Food Lab demostrates how to make tortillas from nixtamalized maize.