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James G. Gibb
2554 Carrollton Road
Annapolis, Maryland 21430
(443) 482-9593 - JamesGGibb@verizon.net

Education
Research/ Field Experience
Publications
Public Information/Interpretation
Book Reviews
Select Papers
Technical Reports (pg 1, pg 2)

Architectural Studies
Teaching ExperiencesGuidelines/Project Peer Review
Faunal Analysis
National Register
Select Successful Grants
Material Culture Studies
Related Experiences
References

Education

Microsoft Certified Application Specialist–Access (Spring 2010)

Certificate in Computer–Aided Design & Drafting (Spring 2003)

Ph.D. in Anthropology, Binghamton University. (1994)

M.A. in Anthropology, Binghamton University. (1985)

B.A. in Anthropology, State University of New York, Stony Brook. (1978)

Select Research and Field Experience

2007-PRESENT         MANAGING DIRECTOR, Port Tobacco Archaeological Project, The Lost Towns Foundation, Inc.

2006-PRESENT         ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, Stevenson University, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY.

2005      ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, Harford COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DEPARTMENT OF Social Sciences.

2008–PRESENT. ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DEPARTMENT OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION.

2002–2003. ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DEPARTMENTS OF HISTORY And Engineering.

1999-2000, 2003/7. SPEAKER, MARYLAND HUMANITIES SPEAKERS BUREAU. Topics: cemeteries, mills, 17th-century Colonial life, schoolhouse sites.

1989–Present.  Archaeological Consultant. Self–employed consultant conducting surveys and site examinations in Maryland.

1999–June 2005. Annapolis Historic Preservation Commission ConsultING Archaeologist. Consulting archaeologist for City of Annapolis, Maryland.

1999–PRESENT. D. MILLER & Associates, inc. Contract computer applications instructor: Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Word, and Windows; AutoCAD.

1995/99   Assistant Director (Contractor), The Lost Towns of Anne Arundel Project. Supervised a staff of ten, including geophysical survey team (cesium magnetometer and ground–penetrating radar), GIS and GPS specialists, digital videography specialist, historians, and archaeological technicians. Principal grant writer and publications/reports editor.

1989/90  Project Director. Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, Maryland Historical Trust, St. Leonard, Maryland. Direction of the Patuxent Point Archaeological Project. Excavation of a 17th century tobacco plantation. Julia A. King, supervisor.

1988     Site Director. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Director of field operations on the Patuxent River Archaeological Project, Laurie Cameron Steponaitis, Principal Investigator. Excavation of prehistoric shell middens in Southern Maryland.

1987/88  Project Director. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York. Director of the Jamba Archaeological Project. Excavation of a multicomponent prehistoric site. Nina M. Versaggi, supervisor.

1986/88  Project Director. Elmira College, Elmira, New York. Direction of the Quarry Farm Archaeological Project, Center for Mark Twain Studies. Survey and test excavations of a late 19th/early 20th century elite residence and model dairy farm.

 

Publications

2009    Farm and Factory: Agricultural Production Strategies and the Cheese and Butter Industry. Historical Archaeology 43(2): 84–108. (with David J. Bernstein and Stephen Zipp)

2009    The Archaeology of Institutional Life. [Junior Editor] University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa. (April M. Beisaw, senior editor).

2007    Western Maryland Red Earthenware: Consumer Choice at the Early 19th-Century Reiff Site. Maryland Archeology 43(1):1-14.

2006    Garrett's Chance #3 (18PR704): A Hilltop Paleoindian site in Southern Prince George's County. Maryland Archeology 42(2):1-6.

2006    Dove's Nest Afire! An Early Colonial House in Aquasco, Prince George's County. Maryland Archeology 42(2):7-14.

2006    Cellaring Wine at Melwood Park (18PR225), Prince George's County, Maryland. Maryland Archeology 43(1): 24-32.

2006    Median Ceramic Dates for Hagerstown Valley Pottery. Maryland Archeology 42(1): 1523.

2006    Archaeology in the Zone: Can Plowed Sites Yield Bountiful Harvests? Forum organized and compiled by Julia A. King. The Journal of Middle Atlantic Archeology 22: 114-117.

2003    The Archaeologist as Playwright. In Ancient Muses: Archaeology and the Arts, edited by John H. Jameson, Jr., Christine Finn, and John E. Ehrenhard, pp. 25-39. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa and London. Reprinted in The Heritage Reader, edited by Graham Fairclogh, Rodney Harrison, John Jameson, Jr., and John Scholfield, pp. 545-556, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida, 2008.

2000    Learning Cast Up from the Mire: Archaeological Investigations of Schoolhouses in the Northeastern United States. Northeast Historical Archaeology 29: 107–129. (with April M. Beisaw)

2000    Imaginary, But by No Means Unimaginable: Storytelling, Science, and Historical Archaeology. Historical Archaeology 34 (2): 1–6.

2000    Reflection, Not Truth, the Hero of My Tale: Responding to Lewis, Little, Majewski, and McKee and Galle. Historical Archaeology 34(2): 20–24.

1999     A Layperson’s Guide to Historical Archaeology in Maryland: Examples from The Lost Towns of Anne Arundel Project. Archeological Society of Maryland, Crownsville, Maryland. (Editor and Contributor)

1998    Is it Just Rock n’ Roll? A Comment on Stefan Bielinski’s Community History, Popular Music, and Public Audiences. Northeast Historical Archaeology 27: 7–9.

1997    Selby Bay Phase Subsistence Strategies at the Smithsonian Pier Site, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland Archeology. 33(1&2): 59–76. (with Anson H. Hines)

1997    Necessary but Insufficient: Archaeology Reports and Community Action. In “In the Realm of Politics: Prospects for Public Participation in African–American and Plantation Archaeology,” edited by Carol McDavid and David W. Babson. Special Issue of Historical Archeology 31(3): 51–64.

1996    The Archaeology of Wealth: Consumer Behavior in English America. Plenum Press, New York

1994   Dated Window Leads from Colonial Sites in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland Archeology 30(2):23–28. (with Al Luckenbach)

1994   "Dwell Here, Live Plentifully, and be Rich": Consumer Behavior and the Interpretation of 17th Century Archaeological Assemblages from the Chesapeake Bay Region. UMI, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

1993        English Trade Tokens from a 17th Century Colonial Site in Southern Maryland. Maryland Archeology 29(1 & 2):55–60.

1993   Dutch Pots in Maryland Middens: or, What light from yonder Pot breaks? The Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 9:67–85. (with Wesley J. Balla)

1993    Publishing in Local History Journals. The Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 9:41–48.

1991   Gender, Activity Areas and Homelots in the 17th Century Chesapeake Region. Historical Archaeology 25(4): 109–131. (with Julia A. King)

1990  Making Cheese: Archaeology of a 19th Century Industry. Historical Archaeology 24(1):18–33. (with David Bernstein and Daniel F. Cassedy)

1989   History Exhibits and Theories of Material Culture. Journal of American Culture 12(2):27–34. (with Karen Lee Davis)

1988   Unpuzzling the Past: Critical Thinking in History Museums. Museum Studies Journal 3:41–45. (with Karen Lee Davis).

1985    Centralization and Cultural Transformation Processes: The Archaeology of Wagon Shops and other Artisan Shops. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University.

 

Public Information and Interpretation

2006     Dove's Nest Afire. St. Mary's Chronicles.

2004     Annapolis Roads Development, 1926-2003. The Bay Breeze, Winter 2004.

2003    Santo Toribio: The Forgotten Battery at La Puntilla/Santo Toribio: La Batería Olvidada de la Puntilla. Educational pamphlet produced for the U.S. Coast Guard, San Juan, Puerto Rico (with Varna Boyd and URS Corporation).

2002    Before Annapolis Roads, Before History. The Bay Breeze, Spring 2002.

2002    Designing Annapolis Roads, 1926–1934. The Bay Breeze, Winter 2002.

2001    Belmont Farm, Precursor to Annapolis Roads. The Bay Breeze, Fall 2001.

2001    Recognizing and Reporting Archeological Sites. Educational pamphlet produced for Free State Electric, Waldorf, Maryland. Greenhorne & O’Mara, Greenbelt, Maryland (with Varna Boyd).

2001    Fischer’s Station on the Chesapeake Beach Railway, Anne Arundel County, Maryland (1908–1935). The Calvert Historian 27: 7–42.

2000    Lessons…from Our Long Lost Neighbors: Oysters eaten 1,800 years ago have a moral for our times. Bay Weekly 8(46).

2000    Linden: An Urban Farmstead in Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland (1868–1988. The Calvert Historian 26: 39–55.

2000    Animating History at Colonial London Town. Chesapeake Life Magazine (January–February): 92–95. (with John Kille)

1999    Revolutionary Spirits: A Play in Two Acts. Performed at London Town Historic Park by the London Town Publik House Players, April 1999.

1998    Ghosts of London: A Play in Three Acts. Performed at London Town Historic Park by the London Town Publik House Players, October 1998; reprised October 1999.

1998    Letters from London: A Provident Visit.  The New Bay Times August 6–August 12, 1998.

1998    Letters from London II.  The New Bay Times June 25–July 1, 1998.

1998    Letters from London: Sheriff Rawlings Expected Trouble; He Found it.  The New Bay Times May 28–June 3, 1998.

1997     The Dorsey–Bibb Tobacco Flue: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Southern Maryland Agriculture. The Calvert Historian 12(1): 4–20.

1995     Helb Barn: A Pennsylvania German Barn in Calvert County. The Calvert Historian 10(2): 5–18. (with Matthew E. Croson)

1994    Railroad Ghosts.  The New Bay Times 2(10): 14–16 (May/June 1994). Reprinted in The Calvert Historian 21(1): 63–70.

1993     Chesapeake Bay Life: Finding History through Garbage. The New Bay Times            8(1):10 (July 29–August 11, 1993). Reprinted as “Archaeological Clues to Life in Colonial Calvert County: The William Stephens Land Site, c.1660–1680,” in The Calvert Historian 21(1): 7–16.

1990   A Road Without Rails: The Baltimore and Drum Point Railroad, 1868–1891.         The Calvert Historian 5(2):20–35.(With Paula F. Mask)

1990    Using Calvert County's Agricultural Censuses. The Calvert Historian. 5(2):9–17.

1990    Charlotte Hall Academy, 1797–1900. St. Mary's Chronicles 38(2): 305–311.

1988    National Geographic Sponsors Museum Archaeology. Patterson Points 3(2):2.

1988    Quarry Farm Harvest. Chemung Historical Journal 34(2):3818–3819.

1988    Center Lisle Tannery, 1858–c.1920. Broome County Historical Society Newsletter (Spring 1988).

1986     The Role of a Covered Bridge. Broome County Historical Society Newsletter (Spring 1986). Reprinted in the Empire State Courier: The Journal of the New York State Covered Bridge Association.

 

Book Reviews

2011    Review of India on Transferware: A Compendium of Indian Scenes on Transferware Together with Their Sources, by Michael Sack. Historical Archaeology. In press.

2010    Review of Digging for History at Old Washington, by Mary L. Kwas. Historical Archaeology.

2009    Review of Artifact Classification: A Conceptual and Methodological Approach, by Dwight W. Read. African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter.

2009    Review of John Baker's Late 17th-Century Glasshouse at Vauxhall, by Kieron Tyler and Hugh Willmott. Historical Archaeology.

2008    Review of Subfloor Pits and the Archaeology of Slavery in Colonial Virginia, by Patricia M. Samford. African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter

2008    Review of The Ethics of Archaeology: Philosophical Perspectives on Archaeological Practice, edited by Chris Scarre and Geoffrey Scarre. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archeology.

2007    Review of Ceramics in America 2005, edited by Robert Hunter. Historical Archaeology in press.

2006    Review of Fish into Wine: The Newfoundland Plantation in the Seventeenth Century, by Peter E. Pope. Historical Archaeology 40 (4): 161-162.

2005    Review of Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in exploring the Past, edited by Linda Derry and Maureen Malloy. Historical Archaeology 39 (3) 137-139.

2004    Review of Archaeological Pathways to Historic Site Development, by Stanley South. Historical Archaeology 38 (2): 141-142.

1995    Review of Public Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach to History in Maryland’s Ancient City, by Parker B. Potter, Jr. Maryland Historical Magazine 90(1): 117–120.

1995    Review of Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake, edited by Paul A. Shackel and Barbara J. Little. Maryland Historical Magazine 90(1): 117–120.

1993    Review of Industry and Technology in Antebellum Tennessee: The Archaeology of Bluff Furnace, by R. Bruce Council, Nicholas Honerkamp and M. Elizabeth Will. Southeastern Archaeology. 12(2): 164–166.

 

Select Papers

2010    "No, it's over there!" Asking Questions a Community Already has Answered. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Amelia Island, Florida, January 2010. (with James G. Gibb, April M. Beisaw, and Kelley Walter)

2008    A Burned Earthfast House in Prince George's County, Maryland. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Middle Atlantic Archaeology Conference, Ocean City, February 2008.

2008    When the World is Mud: Responses to Siltation in Port Tobacco, Maryland (1660s-1895). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Albuquerque, New Mexico, January 2008. (with April M. Beisaw)

2008    Archaeology Month: Selling a Discipline. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Albuquerque, New Mexico, January 2008.

2007    Proffered Cups: European Wine and Colonial Gentility. Paper presented at the Archeological Society of Maryland's Annual Spring Symposium, Crownsville, April 2007.

2007    Dietary Patterns Revealed at Early Colonial Tidewater Sites: Meat and Vegetables on Maryland Drainage Divides. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Williamsburg, Virginia, January 2007.

2006    Archaeology in the Zone: Can Plowed Sites Yield Bountiful Harvests? Forum presentation at the Middle Atlantic Archeology Conference, Virginia Beach, March 2006, Julia A. King, organizer.

2006    Stalking Early Colonial Sites: Elusive Low-Density Sites in the Chesapeake Region. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Sacramento, California, January 2006. Reprised the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 2006.

2005    Theory and Method in Schoolhouse Archaeology. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, York, United Kingdom, January 2005. (with April M. Beisaw)

2004    Beyond Slate Pencils: Schoolhouse Archaeology and Community History. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, St. Louis, Missouri, January 2004. (with April M. Beisaw)

2003   Rural Schoolhouses: An Archaeological Perspective. Paper presented at Maryland’s Annual Preservation & Revitalization Conference, Easton, Maryland, May 3, 2003. (with April Beisaw)

2003    Testing Community History: The Archaeological Potential of Schoolhouse Sites. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee, WI, April 10, 2003. (with April M. Beisaw)

2003    Grind not in the Mill of a Truism: New Research Strategies in Millsite Archaeology. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee, WI, April 12, 2003. (with April M. Beisaw)

2003    Patapsco Female Institute (1837–1890): A Light upon a Hill Relit. Paper presented in the symposium “Fewer Possessions than Regulations: The Archaeology of Institutional Life”, April M. Beisaw and James G. Gibb, organizers, at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Providence, Rhode Island, January 2003. (with M. Lee Preston and April M. Beisaw)

2002   Median Ceramic Dates for Hagerstown Pottery. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council for Northeastern Historical Archaeology, Wilmington, DE, October 19, 2002, as part of the Symposium, “Redware Discussion Session,” Patricia Gibble and Meta Janowitz, organizers.

2002    Discussant: Writing Historical Archaeology. Paper presented in the symposium “Writing Historical Archaeology, Julia A. King, organizer, at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Mobile, Alabama, January 2002.

2002     Learning Cast Up from the Mire: Archaeological Investigations of Schoolhouses in the Northeastern United States. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Mobile, Alabama, January 2002. (with April M. Beisaw)

2001    Invoking Clio, Thalia, and Melpomene: the Archaeologist as Playwright. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, Louisiana,
18–22 April 2001, as part of the Symposium "Ancient Muses: Archaeology and the Arts," John Jameson, Christine Finn, and John Ehrenhard, organizers.

2000   Public Archaeologists as Teachers and Activists. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, California, 15–19 November 2000, as part of the Symposium "Public Archaeology: International Perspectives, Debate, and Critique," Patrice L. Jeppson and Carol McDavid, organizers. Reprised at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Long Beach, California, January 2001.

1999    Beyond Status and Consumer Behavior: Discovering Household Identities at Two 17th–Century Chesapeake Sites. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council for Historical Archaeology, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Reprised at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Quebec, Canada, January 2000 and the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia, April 2000.

1999    Comments on Uncovering Albany’s Past: Archaeology, History, and Urban Redevelopment. Paper presented at the Annual Conference on New York State History, June 1999. Invited discussant.

1998    In Search of Maryland’s Lost Towns: Providence (1649–1680) and London (1683–1783). Presented in the symposium, “Seeking Lost Towns: Methods and Theory in the Discovery and Exploration of Historic Townsites,” James G. Gibb and Al Luckenbach, chairs, annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

1998   Comments on Changing Traditional Images: Public Education and Interpretation Among Historical Archaeologists, Anne W.H. Garland, chair, annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia. Invited discussant.

1997     Archaeology as Performance Art: The Lost Towns Project and Heritage Tourism. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology, Altoona, Pennsylvania. (with Elizabeth R. West)

1996    Dutch Material Culture at the Mid–17th Century Settlement of Providence. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology, Albany, New York. (with Al Luckenbach)

1996    Smithsonian Pier Site: Environmental Reconstruction at a Middle Woodland Coastal Site. Presented at the annual Mid–Atlantic Archaeological Conference, Ocean City, MD. [with Anson H. Hines]

1996    Necessary but Insufficient: Archaeology Reports and Community Action. Paper presented in the symposium, “In the Realm of Politics: Prospects for Public Participation in African–American and Plantation Archaeology,” Carol McDavid and David W. Babson, organizers, annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Cincinnati, Ohio.

1995    Consumer Choice and Locally–Made Coarse Earthenwares in Western Maryland, 1800–1850. Presented at the annual Mid–Atlantic Archaeological Conference, Ocean City, MD. [with Tara D. Pettit]

1994    Household Organization in Early Chesapeake Society as Seen through Gravestone Patterning. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology, Williamsburg, Virginia, October 21–23, 1994. [with A. Turowski]

1994    A Past Use of a more Distant Past: The Warrens Colonialize Snow Hill. Presented at the annual Mid–Atlantic Archaeological Conference, Ocean City, MD. [with Donald K. Creveling and Cheryl Coursey]

1994    Dutch Goods, English Pits, and the spirit of Mercantilism: Trading with the Enemy? Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

1993    POTS in the Midden: Vesselization and the Re–analysis of the Stephens Land Plantation Middens. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Kansas City, Missouri.

1992    Variability in Plantation Siting in the Chesapeake Bay Region, 1650–1725. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Kingston, Jamaica. [with Esther Doyle Read]

1991    "To Bud Forth, To Spread Further, To Gather Wealth": 17th Century Tobacco Plantations in the Chesapeake Region. Presented in the session "Rural Questions, Rural Choices: Continuity and Change in American Agriculture," at the annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology in Richmond, Virginia.

1990    Gender, Activity Areas and 17th Century Homelots in the Chesapeake Tidewater. Presented in the symposium "Gender in Historical Archaeology", at the annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Tucson, Arizona. [with Julia A. King]

1989    Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Chesapeake Tidewater: Parran Barn and the Bibb Tobacco Flue. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology, Morristown, New Jersey. [with Patricia J. McGuire]

1987    Methods in the Identification of Rural Producer Strategies. Presented at the annual meeting of the Northeast Anthropological Association, Amherst, MA.

1986    Early Woodland Features at the Jamba Site, Chenango County, New York. Presented at the annual meeting of the New York State Archeological Association, Middletown, New York.

1986    Wagon–making or Wagon–fixing? Interpreting Shop Activities Through the Identification of Cultural Transformation Processes. Presented at the annual meeting of the Northeast Anthropological Association, Buffalo, New York.

1985    Spanning Rivers: Binghamton Bridges as Social Documents, the Dwightville Community Case Study. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Northeast Archaeology, Ottawa, Canada.

 

Technical Reports

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Pegg Road Extension. Straughan Environmental, Columbia, Maryland. Submitted to St. Mary's County, Department of Public Works & Transportation, California, Maryland.

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Portions of Bingham and Millhouse Runs, Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC. Straughan Environmental, Columbia, Maryland. Submitted to the District of Columbia, Department of the Environment, Washington, DC. (with Sarah Michailof)

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the St. Mary's Coptic Orthodox Church Parcel, Laurel, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis. Submitted to St. Mary's Coptic Orthodox Church, Savage, Maryland.

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Meadows Parcel, 17400 White's Landing Road, Brandywine, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to C. Wade Meadows, Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

2010   Phase II Archaeological Site Examination of Tanyard Cove Petroglyph (18AN1395) and Domestic (18AN1396) Sites, Tanyard cove Subdivision, Marley Neck Road, Solley, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to NVR, Reston, Virginia.

2010   Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Bunker Hill Triangle Park, Washington, DC, NE. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis. Submitted to Horton & Barber Construction, Washington, DC.

2010   Phase II Archaeological Site Examination of the Lyndall Warfield House (AA-999), Telegraph Road, Stewart Corner, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis. Submitted to Royal Farms, Baltimore, Maryland.

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Millhouse Creek subdivision, solely Road near North Shore Drive, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Parcel 79, LLC, Annapolis, Maryland.

2010   Archaeological Investigation of the Essex Farm Cottage Site (AA-236), Harwood, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. W. F. Chesley Company, Crofton, Maryland.

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Lots 96 and 97, Leritz Lane, Turnbull Estates, Mayo, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Glebe Bay, LLP, Glenwood, Maryland.

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Garner Tract, Lothian, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Garner Ventures, Dunkirk, Maryland.

2010  Grave Recovery at the Cole Family Cemetery, Aberdeen, Harford County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Cole Family Descendants and Merritt Properties, Baltimore, Maryland.

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Marlton-East Subdivision, Croom, Prince George's County, Maryland, and Phase II Investigations of 18PR398, 18PR985, 18PR986, 18PR987, and 18PR988. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Lale Marlton LLP, Clarksburg, Maryland.

2010   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Villages at Timothy Branch Subdivision, Brandywine, Prince George's County, Maryland, and Phase II Investigations of 18PR454, 18PR992, 18PR993, and 18PR994. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Gardiner Realty & Development Company, Crofton, Maryland.

2009  A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Carr Tract Residential Subdivision, Bestgate, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Southstar Limited Partnership, Waldorf, Maryland.

2009   A Phase II Archaeological Site Examination of 18PR996, Proposed TLBU Subdivision, Cheltenham, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to The Michael Company, Lanham, Maryland.

2009   A Phase II Archaeological Site Examinations of the Jamison (18PR852) and Vineyards (18PR853) Sites, Vineyards Residential Subdivision, Clinton, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to W. F. Chesley Company, Lanham, Maryland.

2009   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Villages at Timothy Branch Subdivision, Brandywine, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Gardiner Realty & Development Company, Crofton, Maryland.

2009   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the TLBU Subdivision, Cheltenham, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to The Michael Company, Lanham, Maryland.

2009   A Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of the Elizabeth Hills Subdivision, Great Mills, St. Mary's County, Maryland, and a Phase II Site Examination of the Elizabeth Hills Site. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Marrick Properties, Dunkirk, Maryland.

2009   A Phase II Limited Archaeological Site Examination of Portions of Brown's Cove #1, Smith's Marina, Herald Harbor, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Richard Smith, Crownsville, Maryland.

2009   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed River Bend Estates Lots 1-4, Fort Washington, Prince George's Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Carl Wilkinson, Fort Washington, Maryland.

2009   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Middle Atlantic Community Church Parcel, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Polm Companies, Severna Park, Maryland.

2009  A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Manor Gate Terrace Subdivision, Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Manor Gate Terrace LLC, Columbia, Maryland.

2009   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Arundel Bay Christian Academy Subdivision, Lothian, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Riverdale Baptist Church, Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

2009   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Proposed Tebbston on the Magothy Subdivision, Lake Shore, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to TSC Magothy Associates, Columbia, Maryland.

2008   The 2008 Field Session of the Archeological Society of Maryland: Site Examinations at Port Tobacco. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Archeological Society of Maryland, the Society for the Restoration of Port Tobacco, and the Maryland Historical Trust. (with April M. Beisaw and Peter C. Quantock)

2008   Phase I Archeological Survey, Road and Drainage Improvements to MD 7D: Big Elk Creek to Creswell Avenue, Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland. Project Number CE340A21. Maryland State Highway Administration, Project Planning Division, Archeological Report Number 394.

2008   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Cedar Hill Subdivision, Bowie, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Wallis Sabila, Bowie, Maryland.

2008   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Holly Road Subdivision, Accokeek, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to American Science & Research Consulting, Dulles, Virginia.

2008   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Proposed Sully's Choice Subdivision, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to M. L. Carter, Annapolis, Maryland.

2008   Seeking Port Tobacco: An Intensive Archaeological Investigation of a Maryland Town Site, Part 2. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Preservation Maryland, the Southern Maryland Heritage Area Consortium, Ed Edelen, Sheila Smith, and The Society for the Restoration of Port Tobacco. (with April M. Beisaw)

2008   Phase I Archaeological Survey of Seger Farm, Baden Westwood Road, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Baden Westwood, LLC.

2008   Phase I Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Proposed Simmons Ridge Residential Subdivision, Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to W. Michael Royer, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

2008   Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Susquehanna Canal Locks Site (18CE366), Cecil County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Archeological Society of Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, Maryland. (Ann S. Persson, senior author)

2008   Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Race Road Subdivision, Harmans, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Subdivision S-07-074. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, Lutherville, Maryland.

2008   Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Parker Creek Subdivision, Culp Property, Cedar Drive, Deale, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Flagship Development, Annapolis, Maryland.

2008   Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Missouri Acres Residential Subdivision, Missouri Avenue, Brandywine, Prince George's County, Maryland. Subdivision PP #4-07099. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Land & Commercial, Inc., Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

2008   Phase II Archaeological Site Examination of the Symphony at Tanyard Cove Subdivision (was Independence Adult Services Facility), Solley, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Caruso Homes, Crofton, Maryland.

2008   Archaeological Search for the Cedar Hill Graveyard, Brooklyn, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Glen Abbey LLC, Waldorf, Maryland.

2008   Phase III Archaeological Data Recovery, Hiram Grand Lodge Site (18AN1385), Cedar Hill, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Glen Abbey LLC, Waldorf, Maryland.

2007   A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Woodmoor Corner Subdivision, Mellwood, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Robert Koch, Bethesda, Maryland.

2007   Seeking Port Tobacco: An Intensive Archaeological Investigation of a Maryland Town Site, Part 1. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to The Society for the Restoration of Port Tobacco, the Maryland Historical Trust, and the Archeological Society of Maryland. (with April M. Beisaw)

2007   A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Estates at River Bend Subdivision, Fort Foote Road, Fort Washington, Prince George's County, Maryland. Subdivision #S06004. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Friendship Greens at the Potomac, LLC, Greenbelt, Maryland.

2007   A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Pleasant Valley Residential Subdivision, Floral Park and Accokeek Roads, Brandywine, Prince George's County, Maryland. Subdivision #4-04094. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Land & Commercial, Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

2007   Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Village at Stephen's Woods Subdivision, Ferber Avenue, Arnold, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Subdivision #2006-060. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Stephen N. Bertha Trust, Arnold, Maryland.

2007   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Stonehouse Run Subdivision, Marley Neck Boulevard, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Marley Neck Parcel 100, LLC, Annapolis, Maryland.

2007   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed North Shore Reserve Subdivision, Solley Road and North Shore Landing Road, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Solley Road, LLC, Annapolis, Maryland.

2007   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Accokeek Point Subdivision, Livingston and Manning West Roads, Accokeek, Prince George's County, Maryland, and a Phase II Site Examination of the Accokeek Point Site (18PR880). Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis. Submitted to Landesign, Inc., Mitchellville, Maryland.

2007   Phase II Site Examination of the Octoraro Farm Site (18CE16), Rowlandsville, Cecil County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Cecil County Department of Parks and Recreation, Rising Sun, Maryland.

2007   A Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Severn Hollow Subdivision, Severn, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Acorn Land LLC, Millersville, Maryland.

2007   A Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of the Proposed Estates at Indian Head Subdivision, Accokeek, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Landesign, Mitchellville, Maryland.

2007   Phase II Archaeological Site Examination on Portions of Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg, Washington County, Maryland. Straughan Environmental Services, Columbia, Maryland. Submitted to the Federal Highway Administration, Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division, Sterling, Virginia.

2007   Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of Baldwin's Acres, Bowie, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Irene M. Baldwin, Bowie, Maryland.

2007   Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Queens Chapel United Methodist Church Property, Muirkirk, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Queens Chapel United Methodist Church Trustees, Beltsville, Maryland.

2007   Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Pearce's Landing Subdivision, Earleville, Cecil County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to DMS United Management, White Hall, Maryland.

2007   Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Camotop Subdivision, Fort Washington, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Potomac Woods South, Gaithersburg, Maryland.

2006   Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Admirals Ridge Subdivision, Governor Ritchie Highway, Arnold, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Joyce Lane Properties, Annapolis, Maryland.

2006   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Yaman's Estate Subdivision, Accokeek, Prince George's County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Lina Talab, Bowie, Maryland.

2006   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Boyer Farm, Severn, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Dreamcraft Homes, Severna Park, Maryland.

2006   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Burch House Site (18CH765), Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to The Society for the Restoration of Port Tobacco, Port Tobacco, Maryland. (with Scott D. Lawrence)

2006   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Building Re-Siting, Parson Thorne Mansion Site (7K-G-79), Kent County, Delaware. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Milford Historical Society, Milford, Delaware.

2006   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Cedar Hall Subdivision, Brooklyn, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Glen Abbey LLC, Waldorf, Maryland. (with Dionisios K. Kavadias)

2006    Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Proposed Independence Adult Services Facility, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to John S. Pantrelides Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland.

2006   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Clark’s Rest Subdivision and Phase II Site Examinations at 18ST802 and 18ST803, Leonardtown, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Marrick Properties, Dunkirk, Maryland.

2006   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Kala Pacha Farm Residential Subdivision, Steed Road, Clinton, Prince George’s County, Maryland, Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Caruso Homes, Crofton, Maryland. A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of a Portion of the Gehrt Property, Selbyville, Sussex County, Delaware. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to Carl M. Freeman Communities, Ocean View, Delaware (with Dionisios Kavadias).

2006    Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Proposed Crofton Storage Mart Facility, Crain Highway, Crofton, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to John S. Pantrelides Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland.

2006    Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Jentilet Property, Governors Bridge Road, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Adam and Doris Jentilet, Davidsonville, Maryland.

2006    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Outlot B of the Ardmore Village Subdivision, Glenarden, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Subdivision 4-05094. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Aberdeen Creek Construction Company, Annapolis, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of the Proposed Clark’s Rest Subdivision, Leonardtown, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Marrick Properties, Dunkirk, Maryland.

2005   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Missouri Acres Residential Subdivision, Missouri Avenue, Brandywine, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Subdivision PP #4-04094. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Land & Commercial, Inc., Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Mozen Estate Subdivision, Landover, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Amira Chalabi, Bowie, Maryland.

2005    A Phase III Archaeological Investigation of the Larkington Site (18AN1000), Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Glebe Bay General Partnership, Montgomery Village, MD.

2005    Phase I Survey of a Portion of the Proposed Prince Frederick Boulevard, Phase II Archaeological Site Examination, and Phase III Impact Mitigation at the Roberts Site (18CV350), Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. To be submitted to Calvert County Department of Public Works, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Portions of Bridge Hill Farm, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Kevin Joyce, Davidsonville, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Portions of Poplar Ridge Subdivision, Kidwells Corners, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Subdivision #4-04207. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to David-James Builders, Lanham, Maryland.

2005    Phase I Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Finizio Tract, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to John Kessler, Columbia, Maryland.

2005    A Phase II Archaeological Site Examination of a Portion of the Broad Creek Site (18PR131), River’s Edge Subdivision, Riverview Road, Fort Washington, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Subdivision #4-04169. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Land & Commercial, Upper Marlboro, Maryland

2005   A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed North Shore Landing Subdivision, Solley Road and North Shore Landing Road, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to North Shore Investments, LLC, Annapolis, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Wilde Acres Residential Subdivision, Piscataway Road, Clinton, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Piscataway Road, LLC, Beltsville, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Linden Grove, Sections 1 and 2, Bennsville, Charles County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Wetherburn Associates, Waldorf, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Beacon Hill Subdivision, Upper Marlboro, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Marrick Properties, Dunkirk Village, Maryland.

2005    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Village of Melwood Subdivision, Melwood, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Marrick Properties, Dunkirk Village, Maryland.

2004     Phase I Archaeological Survey of Portions of Sahlin Farm, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Charles Dodge and Carolyn Sahlin, Iglehart, Maryland.

2004     Phase I Archaeological Survey of Portions of Southridge, North Keys, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to Caruso Homes, Crofton, Maryland.

2004     Phase I Archaeological Survey of Portions of Idlewild Farm, Davidsonville Road, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Subdivision No. 03-037. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to Caruso Homes, Crofton, Maryland.

2004     Phase IA Intensive Archival Research on Waring’s Grove, Landover, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Jericho Baptist Church Ministries, Landover, Maryland.

2004    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of Ricker Woods, Manning Road and Indian Head Highway, Accokeek, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Subdivision #4-04127. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Ricker Brothers, College Park, Maryland.

2004    A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Stanwick Farm, Aquasco, Prince George’s County, Maryland, and Phase II/III investigations of Garrett’s Chance #2 (18PR703) and Garrett’s Chance #3 (18PR704). Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to LanDesign, Bowie, Maryland.

2004     A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Forest Hills Motel Parcel, Part of Lot 3 of Bowling Heights, 2901 Crain Highway/US 301, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Subdivision #4-04043. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to LanDesign, Bowie, Maryland.

2004    A Phase I Intensive Archeological Investigation of a Portion of St. Mary’s Cemetery in the Guilford Section of the City of Baltimore, Maryland. Straughan Environmental Services, Gaithersburg, Maryland. Submitted to the City of Baltimore, Department of Public Works.

2004     A Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of a Portion of Twelve Oaks, Bowie, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to LanDesign, Bowie, Maryland.

2004     Limited Phase I Archeological Survey of the Beall Property, Tracy’s Landing, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Beall Family, Tracy’s Landing, Maryland.

2004     Conservation Assessment of Unearthed Monuments at St. Nicholas Cemetery (18ST398) onboard the Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Lexington Park, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Patuxent River Naval Air Station Command, Lexington Park, Maryland, and the St. Mary’s County Genealogical Society, Leonardtown, Maryland. (with Scott D. Lawrence)

2003     Limited Phase II Archeological Site Examination of Hollingsworth House (18CE60), Elk Landing, Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Elk Landing Foundation and the City of Elkton, Maryland.

2003    Intensive Archival Research on the Dobson Property Site (18CH699), St. Charles, Charles County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Southstar/Chaney Enterprises, Waldorf, Maryland.

2003     Limited Phase I Archeological Survey of the Hall Property, Lothian, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to Richard & Elaine Greene, Lothian, Maryland.

2003     Phase I Archeological Survey of the Slattery Tract, Riva, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Terrence and Peggy Slattery, Annapolis, Maryland.

2003    Limited Phase II Archeological Site Examination of Homeport #2 (18AN791), Parole, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to Homeport Farm Ltd Partnership, Annapolis, Maryland.

2003     Limited Phase II Archeological Site Examination at Melwood Park (18PR225), Melwood, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to William and Nicolette Hendricks, Arlington, Virginia.

2003     Phase II Archeological Site Examination at the Annie May Bowen House Site (18CV354), Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Marrick Properties, Dunkirk, Maryland.

2003    Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Conowingo Park, and Preliminary Assessment of the Octoraro Farm Site (18CE16), Rowlandsville, Cecil County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Cecil County Department of Parks and Recreation, Rising Sun, Maryland.

2003     Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Tarnans Branch Stream Restoration North of US 50, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 276. Baltimore.

2002    Intensive Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Widening of I–70 over the Great Tonoloway Creek and Phase II Site Investigation of Bowles Mill (18WA498), Hancock, Washington County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 289. Baltimore.

2002    Intensive Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement at Lower Marlboro, Calvert County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Calvert County Department of Public Works, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

2002     Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of a portion of Trent Hall, Friendship, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gibb Archaeological Consulting, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Mary M. Baldwin, Friendship, Maryland.

2002    Intensive Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Wetlands Mitigation Site, West River, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 274. Baltimore.

2002    Intensive Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed US 40/MD 63 Intersection Improvements, Huyett, Washington County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 268. Baltimore.

2002    A Phase III Data Recovery at Belair Mansion (18 PR 135), Bowie, Maryland. Submitted to the City of Bowie, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the City of Bowie Museums and the Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, Maryland.

2001    Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Colacicco Minor Subdivision, West River, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Daniel and Barbara Colacicco, Riva, Maryland.

2001     Intensive Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Stream Modifications at MD 450 East of Rutland Road, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 258. Baltimore.

2001    Intensive Phase I Archeological Survey of the MD 174/ I–97 Interchange, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 249. Baltimore.

2001    Phase I Archaeological Site Identification Survey of the Garrigus Subdivision, Galesville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Peter B. Garrigus, Rockville, Maryland.

2001     Phase I Archaeological Site Identification Survey of Portions of Lots 1 and 3 of the Willson Tract, Galesville Area, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to L. R. Willson & Sons, Gambrills, Maryland.

2001    A Phase I Archaeological Site Identification Survey of the Kirchner Tract, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to David L. Kirchner, Annapolis, Maryland.

2000    Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of the Nubian Road and Foster Lane Realignments, MD 5 Hughesville Bypass, Charles County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 248. Baltimore.

2000    Phase I Archaeological Survey and Phase III Data Recovery for Structure 16 at Linden National Historic Site (18CV431), Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Calvert County Historical Society, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

2000     Phase II Archeological Site Examination of the Lyons Creek Railroad Station and Warehouse (18AN1167) on the Chesapeake Beach Railway, Maryland Route 4 and Maryland Route 260 Interchange Reconfiguration, Anne Arundel and Calvert Counties, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 236.

 

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