"Invisible Communities & Sites in Delaware" Subject of Nabb Research Center Lecture April 15; Call 410-543-6312 for info.
SALISBURY, MD--Edward Heite, former historic registrar for Delaware, discusses "Invisible Communities and Sites in Delaware" on Thursday, April 15, at 7 p.m. at Salisbury State University’s Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture. The talk is free and open to the public.
Heite, who now heads Heite Consulting which specializes in cultural resource management studies, also served as the chief of the Delaware Bureau of Archives and Records Management. His assignments included a statewide survey of historic sites and the restoration of the Old State House in Dover.
He was previously archaeological historian for the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission, for whom he directed the excavation of 18th century Fredericksville Furnace and the 17th century Hallowes site in Virginia.
He recently completed the salvage excavation of a deeply-stratified Paleo-Indian site in Kent County for the Delaware Department of Transportation.
The Nabb Research Center, a repository for the Peninsula’s past, was established to provide a "laboratory" for history students and serves the Delmarva Community at large, as well as family and local history researchers from across the nation.
For more information about Heite’s presentation, please call the Nabb Center at 410-543-6312.