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This ceramic plate was found to be from between 1830 - 1855 in the same unit as oyster shells, found behind the original tavern building at Main and High Streets. Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor.
(Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)

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Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor.
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor..
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor.. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
This ceramic plate was found to be from between 1830 - 1855 in the same unit as oyster shells, found behind the original tavern building at Main and High Streets. Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor.
This ceramic plate was found to be from between 1830 - 1855 in the same unit as oyster shells, found behind the original tavern building at Main and High Streets. Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Gabriella Lehman, a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student at UMBC from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts found at archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor.
Gabriella Lehman, a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student at UMBC from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts found at archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Diehlman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor. Gabriella Lehman, (right) a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts.
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Diehlman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor. Gabriella Lehman, (right) a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Gabriella Lehman, a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student at UMBC from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts found at archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor.
Gabriella Lehman, a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student at UMBC from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts found at archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor at UMBC, holds a piece of a ceramic clay pot. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor.
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor at UMBC, holds a piece of a ceramic clay pot. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor. Gabriella Lehman, (right) a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts.
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor. Gabriella Lehman, (right) a Junior Ancient Studies & Anthropology student from Elkton, Md., cleans artifacts. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor at UMBC, holds a belt buckle. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor.
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor at UMBC, holds a belt buckle. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
Archaeological survey at the Dielman Inn in New Windsor
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor at UMBC, shows a piece of a another ceramic plate. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor.
Esther Read, Adjunct Professor at UMBC, shows a piece of a another ceramic plate. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey at the Diehlman Inn in New Windsor. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Carroll County Times)
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