Here is an announcement from the newsletter of Archeological Society of the Northern Chesapeake (ASNC) about two programs exploring the recent Elk Landing field-school.
The ASNC has Dr. Jim Gibb on its schedule for two presentations about the recent fieldwork at Elk Landing. The first of these will be conducted at the Historical Society of Cecil County, in Elkton, on October 10th at 7:00 p.m. and a repeat performance will be held at the Historical Society of Harford County, in February 2013. The reason for the duplicate program scheduling, is to offer this very timely historical update to the widest audience possible. The Elkton venue will accommodate the Cecil Historical Society membership, the Elk Landing Foundation, the Archeological Society of Delaware and ASNC members of that area. The Bel Air presentation will provide a nearby opportunity for the Harford Historical Society and ASNC members from in that area.
Everything you’d ever want to know about the discovery of Fort Hollingsworth this past spring will be unearthed and sifted at these sessions, according to an announcement from the Elk Landing Foundation.
The Historical Society of Cecil County is located at 135 E. Main Street in Elkton. Light refreshments and socializing begins at 6:3o p.m.