Kaitlin Schiele

Kaitlin Schiele, an archeology student at Catholic University, works in a unit at the archeological dig at the James Holliday House, which was home to several generations of African American families.

( Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun / June 16, 2011 )

Kaitlin Schiele, an archeology student at Catholic University, works in a unit at the archeological dig at the James Holliday House, which was home to several generations of African American families.

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