With the dedication of Archaeology in Annapolis to public archaeology, there has been an effort to make information accessable to the public through the Internet. Click on the below pictures to view the online projects put together using data accumulated through Archaeology in Annapolis research.
An online version of the museum exhibit on display at the Banneker-Douglass Museum in Annapolis, Maryland created in 2008 by Jessica Mundt. The exhibit celebrated the 300th anniversary of the city and tied together archaeological materials and the significance of the city's history.
A tool created in 2005 by Timothy Goddard that allows the user to spatially search through historical data for the city of Annapolis by exploring an interactive web GIS (Geographic Information Systems) map.
A searchable online database created by Beth Pruitt in 2012. The database includes over 500 individual names of the enslaved at the Wye House Plantation in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
A project funded by the FIA-Deutsch Seed Grant Competition and developed in 2014 by a team of Archaeology in Annapolis graduate and undergraduate students. This interactive web GIS (Geographic Information Systems) resource combines census data from before and after Emancipation to contemporary maps in Talbot County, Maryland.