Maryland's Historic Past

July 1984
Archaeology;Jul/Aug84, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p78
Reports that the Saint Maries Citty in Maryland, one of the best known archaeological landmarks in the U.S. has opened a new Visitors Center in July 1984. Description of the complex; Background on the archaeological exhibit entitled "Life in Early Maryland: English Transplanted, English Transformed".


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