We Proudly Introduce Aidan Ryan

Several weeks ago, we welcomed a new member to the Herring Run Archaeology Project Team.  We first met Aidan last spring when he came out to volunteer for during our first excavation of Eutaw Manor.  We were delighted when Aidan returned to lend a hand several times over the course of the field season and… Continue reading We Proudly Introduce Aidan Ryan

Events · Excavations · Updates

Volunteers Needed

The Herring Run Archaeology Project Needs YOUR HELP. We’ll be accepting volunteers for fieldwork soon, please stay tuned for details on that. Meanwhile, we’re looking for people who can help us with visits from school groups. This will be our first year providing archaeology field trips for schools, and since we only have ten days… Continue reading Volunteers Needed

Eutaw Manor · Publications · Updates

Results of the 2015 Field Season

As those of you who volunteered with us know, we had a fantastic ten days of fieldwork back in May 0f 2015 and made some astonishing discoveries – including the entire foundation of Eutaw Manor, a stone manor house built in 1760 that burned down in a catastrophic fire in October of 1865. Now we’ve… Continue reading Results of the 2015 Field Season