The Lost Towns Project, Inc.
The Lost Towns Project is a non-profit organization, located in Anne Arundel County, MD, that is devoted to raising public awareness of the rich cultural resources in the Mid-Atlantic area. From archaeology to architectural history to cultural landscapes, we are actively involved in promoting the preservation of these resources and in both facilitating research and achieving new discoveries on the history and prehistory of the Chesapeake.
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For just a preview of some of our current research, here is a selection of some of our recent scholarly articles and publications:
Mullis, D., Marine, J., Luckenbach, A., and S. Sperling. 2014. A Geological Summary and Landform Development: Pig Point Archaeological Site (18AN50). Tetra Tech.
John E. Kille and Donna M. Ware 2012. A Journey Back in Time... Discover London Town! Anne Arundel County History Notes 43(3): 1-7.
Al Luckenbach. 2011. Sourcing Two Adena Stone Tube Pipes from Pig Point (18AN50). Maryland Archeology 47(1): 28-30.
Al Luckenbach. 2011. Two Dated Archaic Period Hearths from Pig Point (18AN50). Maryland Archeology 47(1): 31-34.
Al Luckenbach, Jessie Grow, and Shawn Sharpe. 2010. Archaic Period Triangular Points from Pig Point, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 26: 1-15.
Al Luckenbach. 2009. Some Unusual Ceramics from the Pig Point site in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland Archeology 45(1&2): 40-46.