Friday, September 12, 2014

Me at the Hampstead Hill Festival

Big doings in Patterson Park in Baltimore on Sunday: the governor's band, the 1814 rock opera, the Blue Angels . . . and I'm speaking, at 1:00 PM, at the Pagoda, about the archaeology we did in the park this spring. This is called the Hampstead Hill Festival, part of the Star Spangled Spectacular the city is putting on for the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore.

For more on the archaeology, see these posts:

Archaeology in Patterson Park and the Battle of Baltimore, 1814
Geophysical Sensing in Patterson Park
Ground-Penetrating Radar in Patterson Park
Archaeology in Patterson Park: First Saturday
Archaeology in Patterson Park: Halfway Done
Archaeology in Patterson Park: Third Saturday, and the Kinetic Sculpture Race
The 1814 Fortification Ditch in Patterson Park
Archaeology in Patterson Park: Final Saturday

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