M.A.S. fosters public under-standing through educational programs and publications, and promotes scientific research; careful, well-directed archaeological activity; conservation of sites, data, and artifacts; and seeks to prevent the collection of specimens for commercial purposes.
Craig Chartier, a professional archaeologist and member of MAS, is giving a talk on tomorrow in New Bedford. Details below.Join me this Thursday, 6:30-7:30pm, at AHA! New Bedford-
The New Bedford Historical Society presents: Digging History with Craig Chartier, the archeologist who conducted the dig at the Abolition Row Park site. 6-8pm at the UMD CVPA Star Store Gallery (715 Purchase Street). Part of Black Spaces Matter: Celebrating New Bedford's Abolition Row, this show features the story of Abolition Row in New Bedford, where African American historical figures such as Frederick Douglass and abolitionists resided. Includes virtual reality tours of the neighborhood, documentary films, 3D-printed models, artistic illustrations, student projects, historic maps, and photographs. ... See MoreSee Less