Scope and Contents
The Archaeology in Annapolis records span the period 1882 to 2010, with the majority of the collection originating in the period after its establishment in 1981. The collection reflects the major elements of the organization's activities. Documentation of field work and the analysis and research resulting from the examination of over forty-five archaeological sites make up the bulk of the collection. These include field notes, field logbooks, maps and other drawings, reports, slides, contact sheets, photographs, historic research, oral history transcripts, artifact cataloging sheets, historical research and analytical notes. Links to digital versions of over thirty of the excavation reports are provided on DRUM. Other documents found in the collection include scholarly works resulting from Archaeology in Annapolis projects, administrative material, newspaper clippings about the project, photographs, slides, and drawings.