Webinars and Other Recorded Programs
2020 PaxCon Reflections Webinar Series
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Lower Marlboro Freedom Day Oral Histories
Barn Owls of the Patuxent
Unearthing Calvert County Heritage at Calverton Archaeological Site
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Nov. 25, 2020 – Honoring its commitment to the stewardship of Calvert County’s rich cultural heritage, Calvert County Government continues a project to excavate the historic site of Calverton.Archaeologists from Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc. were in the field in August to continue excavation work begun in 2017. Calvert County Historic Preservation Planner and Archaeologist Kirsti Uunila led the project for the Department of Planning & Zoning prior to her retirement in October...
Explore Biscoe Gray Heritage Farm to walk along the western edge of colonial Calvert County.
In spring 2021, George Mason University students, under the supervision of folklorists and professor Dr. Lisa Gilman, conducted virtual interviews with community members on "Calvert County: The Culture of Agriculture Past and Present.” Students gathered photographs and other documentation, and produced podcasts, videos, and other materials for use by the county.
We held a workshop, provided by the American Folklife Center which integrated training students with providing opportunities for Calvert County residents to develop interviews skills as part of this larger project.