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Queenstown and the Early Colonial Delmarva

October 13, 2018

New Castle Court House Museum
211 Delaware St
New Castle, DE 19720 United States

Queenstown and the Early Colonial Delmarva; An Archaeological and Historical Symposium

at New Castle Court House Museum, New Castle, DE on October 13, 2018

8:45 Coffee and Introductions by Craig Lukezic
9:15 Jay Custer “Current Research at My Lord’s Gift (18QU30), the 17th and 18th-Century Home of Henry Coursey and His Family”
9:45 Henry Miller “Deciphering the Architecture of Henry Coursey’s My Lord’s Gift Plantation”
10:15 – 10:30 BREAK
10:30 Andrea Anderson “Analysis of the Ceramic Assemblage at My Lord’s Gift Site (18QU30)”
11:10 Barb Silber “Recorded and Recovered: Preliminary Interpretations of Henry Coursey’s Probate Inventory”
11:35 Patricia Samford “An Unusual Earthenware Object from the My Lord’s Gift’ Site (18QU30)”
1:30 Bruce A. Bendler “Reedy Island: The Gravesend of the Delaware”
2:15 Lu Ann DeCunzo “Future Research at the Coleman Farm Site”
3:00 Craig Lukezic “Future Research of the Fort Casimir Battlefield Project”

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October 13, 2018
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Craig Lukezic
302 736 7407


New Castle Court House Museum
211 Delaware St
New Castle, DE 19720 United States
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