Quantcast

The African American community, county and state have come together to recognize the lives of the enslaved people who lived and worked at Belvoir. (left to right) Jane Cox, chief, Cultural Resources Section, Anne Arundel County; decendents Shelley Evans, Pam Brogden,  Nancy Daniels, Erica Jones, and Wanda Watts; Julie Schablitsky, MDOT SHA Chief Archaeologist; and local residents Kim Franklin and Rodney Daff.

The African American community, county and state have come together to recognize the lives of the enslaved people who lived and worked at Belvoir. (left to right) Jane Cox, chief, Cultural Resources Section, Anne Arundel County; decendents Shelley Evans, Pam Brogden, Nancy Daniels, Erica Jones, and Wanda Watts; Julie Schablitsky, MDOT SHA Chief Archaeologist; and local residents Kim Franklin and Rodney Daff.

Stories this photo appears in:

Tease photo

Historic Belvoir Burial Ground Found in Anne Arundel County

Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) archaeologists discovered a burial ground in late January in Anne Arundel County.