Fairfax County Archaeology Symposium 2012!

 Spring Symposium 2012
Archaeology of the Civil War

James Lee Center, Monroe Gymnasium, 
2855 Annandale Road, Falls Church, Virginia 22042

Saturday, March 31, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
FREE ADMISSION (seating limited to 200)

Sponsored by: 
Friends of Fairfax County Archaeology (FOFA)
and Cultural Resources Management and Protection Branch, FCPA
Dr. Stephen R. Potter, National Park Service, National Capital Region,
Regional Archaeologist
Antietam and the Archaeology of Tactics
Dr. Matthew Reeves, Montpelier Foundation, Director of Archaeology
Home is where the Woods Are: An Analysis of a Civil War Camp Complex at
James Madison’s Montpelier, Orange County, Virginia
Dr. Bernard K. Means, Virginia Commonwealth University,
Virtual Creation Laboratory, Director
Virtual Archaeology and the Realities of War: Creating 3D Digital Models of
Civil War Artifacts
Showing of Gunston Hall’s Seeds of Independence 2012 Short Film
Between the Lines: Free Blacks Living on Mason’s Neck during the Civil War

Wally Owen, Fort Ward Museum & Historic Site, Assistant Museum Director
Alexandria’s Crimean Ovens
Kerri Holland, John Milner Associates, Inc., Assistant Archaeologist
4th Month, No Money . . . No Rations . . . No Pants . . . No Patriotism:
Metal Detector Investigations at the Blenheim Estate in Fairfax City
Kerry Gonzalez, Dovetail Cultural Resource Group, Lab Director
“A Scene of Horror Such as I Never Saw”: A Look at the Great Fredericksburg Region during the Civil War
Joseph F. Balicki, John Milner Associates, Inc., Associate Director
and Dr. Liz Crowell, Fairfax County Park Authority, CRMPB, Branch Manager
Fortifying, Fighting, and Foraging: The American Civil War in Fairfax County, Virginia

About cartarchaeology

We are the County Archaeological Research Team, part of the Archaeology and Collections Branch, Resource Management Division, Fairfax County Park Authority. We are tasked with understanding and managing the cultural resources on Park land throughout Fairfax County.
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