Armory (Other Keyword)

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Arms from Addison Plantation and the Maryland Militia On the Potomac Frontier (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John P. McCarthy. Jeffrey B. Snyder. Billy R. Roulette, Jr..

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Somewhere Between a Savannah River Broadspear and a Model 1855 Rifle: An Archeological Legacy and Recent Research at the Site of the Harpers Ferry Armory (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Darlene E. Hassler. Justin P. Ebersole.

Harpers Ferry is fortunate to have a rich history of nearly 60 years of professional archeological endeavors. Over half of that has been under the tenure of Regional Chief Archeologist Dr. Stephen Potter. His relentless enthusiasm and support, as well as encyclopedic knowledge, were pivotal in driving new research within the park. Recently, the focus has been on the Armory site. While the Armory is best known for its history of firearm technology, the archeological investigation revealed a...