Archaeology in Annapolis
Archaeology in Annapolis is an on-going exploration of the city's past that began in 1981 in collaboration with Historic Annapolis Foundation and has continued in partnership with other Heritage Area organizations. AiA maintains an online bibliography of the books, dissertations, articles, and research reports produced by the project.
Web Link: www.bsos.umd.edu/anth/aia/Biblo.htm
Books About Annapolis, Anne Arundel, and the Chesapeake
A bibliography of recent books and other works on Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and regional subjects that relate to the history of the heritage area.
Download: Recent Publications about Annapolis.doc
Research reports and articles prepared by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation staff archaeologists are available online.
Comparative Chesapeake Archaeology
The Comparative Chesapeake Archaeology website links to research reports, articles, and site summaries related to the 18 sites included in the original NEH-funded project.
Web Link: www.chesapeakearchaeology.org/index.htm
Historic Annapolis Foundation Bibliography
A basic reading list of books on various aspects of Annapolis and Maryland history and preservation, prepared by Historic Annapolis Foundation for its volunteers.
Historic St. Mary's City
The Historic St. Mary's City website contains links to articles on Maryland history of general interest and on topics relevant to the interpretation of the Heritage Area.
Web Link: www.stmaryscity.org/Articles.html
KK-AH Resource Center
The Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Foundation's Resource Center Collection focuses on African and African-American history, U.S. slavery, genealogy "how-to," and local history and genealogies. Holdings include books, journals, video media, and oral interview recordings. The catalog is available online.
Web Link: www.kintehaley.org/library.html
Lost Towns Project Library
The Lost Towns Project lab at Historic London Town and Gardens houses a special collection of the Anne Arundel County Public Library. The collection includes over 850 volumes about colonial history, culture, archaeology, material culture, and more. The website link provides instruction on searching the county library catalog for volumes housed at London Town.
Web Link: www.losttownsproject.org/library.html