Anthropology students unearth history in Maryland

04/26/2012 | Washington Post, The

Anthropology students at Maryland's Montgomery College are working with community members to unearth the history of a section of Olney, Md., known as Falling Green. Now a park, the property was once home to some of the Montgomery County's earliest settlers, and students are working with the Maryland Historical Trust to collect and document artifacts found at the site. "It's all just so fascinating," said Heather Schramm, a sophomore. "Learning the history behind the house helps us to come to conclusions about how people lived, and ties all the pieces together."

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