It started with a rosebush.
A significant historical find along a Maryland highway.
When it comes to the War of 1812, Fort McHenry gets most of the attention in Baltimore. But efforts are underway to unearth another fortification that’s not so well known.
The dead are making their way to Baltimore as part of the largest exhibition of mummies in the world.
Archaeologists have uncovered the stone and brick foundation of a St. Mary’s City structure that served as Maryland’s first state house.
In the shallows of the Patuxent River near Upper Marlboro is the site of Maryland’s largest artifacts from the War of 1812.
Tourism and archaeology come together in Hagerstown in an exhibit of artifacts from three digs in Washington County.
The Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in St. Leonard is opening its 2011 public season with a day devoted to archaeology.