MAHS Now Meets Bi-Monthly - You're invited!
Pickles Reef 2013
Plans are being finalized for our last trip to Pickles Reef, scheduled for late June. We have made great strides in archival research and are getting closer to possibly identifying the wreckage on the reef. At the June meeting, MAHS President and Pickles Reef Project Manager Steve Anthony will summarize the research to date and lay out the plans for the final season at the site.
Join us Tuesday, June 11, at 7:30 PM at McLean High School. The public is invited.
2012 Pool Session
MAHS held its annual pool session following the end of the Live Class on April 29, 2012, at the George Washington Recreation Center, south of Alexandria.
Click here to see photos.
Bodkin Creek Project Completed
MAHS completed the Bodkin Creek project submitting a final report to the Maryland Historical Trust in April 2010.
Thanks to the many MAHS volunteers for all the hours spent bringing the project to a successful conclusion. Thanks also to the experts of Azulmar Research.
Pamunkey River Project
White House Landing on the Pamunkey River in Virginia was for a time an important logistics base for the Union Army in the spring of 1862. Barges side by side were part of the water borne supply net to support General McClellans Peninsula Campaign by way of the York River. MAHS is currently working on a project to investigate these barges or canal boats. Click here to visit the Pamunkey River Project website.
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