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Historic Preservation

Students dig under tent

Uncovering a Pioneering Town’s Hidden History

Student Excavation Project Offers Clues to Daily Life in County’s Oldest Black Community

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Collage of Fawn Grove tomatoes can label and archival photos of canning

Book Pulls the Lid Off Canned Food’s History

Cupboard Staple’s Impact Goes Beyond the Dinner Table

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Kharkiv’s Freedom Square, damaged after bombing

An Assault on Architecture to Target a People

Embattled Regions Like Ukraine Must Also Grapple with Loss of Heritage, Say UMD Experts

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Professor Don Linebaugh poses in his office

A Peek Inside … Professor Donald Linebaugh’s Office

Cozy Digs Include 19th-century Artifacts and a Library Ladder

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Students label glass pieces

Piecing Together a Historic Puzzle

Architecture Research Team Analyzes Thousands of Glass, Ceramic Artifacts to Shed Light on Centuries-Old Plantation

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World War I memorial cross

A Witness to History

The Story of Bladensburg’s Peace Cross Illuminates a Changing America

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Bostwick House

Historic Home’s Pain in the Buttress

Preservation Program Completes Work to Save a Local Architectural Anomaly

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Willie Graham ’80

This (Really) Old House

Alum Recreates America’s History, One Handmade Nail at a Time

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graduate student Karen Yee leading a tour of Baltimore's Chinatown with her peers

Archival Deep-dive, Plus a Little Googling, Unearths Forgotten Cultural Pasts

Student-created Toolkit Hopes to Guide Preservation Efforts of Underrepresented Histories

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Columbus statue

‘Monumental’ Assignment

As Historical Contexts Shift, Students Reimagine Disputed Monuments

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Feet walking on sidewalk

Double Duty

Architecture School’s 3 New Dual Degrees to Prepare Students for a Changing, Challenging World

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House on Ben Lomond Plantation

Saving Virginia’s Historic Slave Houses From Becoming Pool Houses

Historic Preservation Expert Documents Dwellings of Virginia’s Enslaved People

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