Archaeologist will report Thursday on last fall’s excavation connected to Salisbury Confederate Prison
Last November, Cultural Resource Analysts, an archeological firm based in Richmond, Virginia, conducted field investigations at a lot on East Bank Street.
At the presentation, Roberts will give a brief history of the prison, explain what he and his colleagues did at the site, and reveal what they found. In addition to slides detailing the excavation process, he will show artifacts that were found.
The talk is free and open to the public. No reservations are required.
Historic Salisbury Station is at 215 Depot St.
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