Artifacts

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Collectors

  • Tina Clarke
    Liaison to the African American community for Montgomery County, Maryland, Executive Douglass Duncan

  • Jerome Gray
    Collector

  • Philip J. Merrill
    Owner, Nanny Jack & Co., Inc. and appraiser, PBS Antiques Roadshow http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/roadshow/series/appraisers/l-r/merrill.html
    http://www.nannyjack.com/


  • Honorable Rohulamin Quander
    Judge, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs Office of Adjudication
    President Quander Historical Society


  • Roberta Quander
    Family Historian

Scholars

Preservers

  • Julia M. Brennan
    Owner, Textile Conservation Services
    http://www.caringfortextiles.com


  • Janice Stagnitto-Ellis
    President and CEO of Quarto Conservation of Books and Paper, Inc.

    1528 Grace Church Road

    Silver Spring, MD 20910
    (301) 585-2521

Monticello Segment

  • Dianne Swann-Wright
    Director of African American and Special Programs
    Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.
    Post Office Box 217
    Charlottesville, VA 22902
    http://www.monticello.org/

Maisha Washington Segment

Mark Leone Segment

  • Anna B. Hill
    Assistant Laboratory Director
    Department of Anthropology
    University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

  • Thomas W. Cuddy, PhD
    Curator of Archaeology
    Historic Annapolis Foundation
    http://www.annapolis.org/


  • Charles Carroll House, Inc. and St. Mary's Parish
    Annapolis, MD
    http://www.stmaryschurch.org/

John Vlach Segment

Web Design

Acknowledgements Page

Financial Support

Multimedia Production

Archaeology in Annapolis, Mark Leone, John Vlach, and Maisha Washington segments

Preservers, Collectors, and remaining Scholars segments