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Cemetery Documentation Event

June 27 - June 30

Ever wanted to learn the art of preserving history? Curious about the stories etched in the stones of local cemeteries? Here’s your chance to dive into the fascinating world of cemetery documentation!

Black Georgetown FoundationArchaeology in the Community (AITC) & the American Society of Overseas Research (ASOR) are proud to host a free 3-day hybrid workshop on cemetery documentation.

📅 Dates: June 27, 29, & 30, 2024
📍 Location: Mount Zion – Female Union Band Society Cemetery, 2501 Mill Rd NW, Washington, D.C. 20007 & Via ZOOM

ℹ️ Open to the Public – No Prior Experience Needed! Familiarity with computers is recommended, but not required.

ℹ️ What to Expect:

  • Guided training sessions on cemetery documentation techniques
  • Hands-on experience in cataloging tombstones and historical markers
  • Insights into the rich history and cultural significance of Mount Zion – Female Union Band Society Cemetery
  • Opportunities to connect with fellow history enthusiasts and preservationists
  • Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to contribute to the preservation of our heritage! Whether you’re a seasoned historian or simply curious about the past, all are welcome to join us.

Kindly register here to secure your spot.

For inquiries, contact Jared Koller (

Let’s come together to honor the past and pave the way for future generations to cherish and learn from the legacies of the Mount Zion – Female Union Band Society Cemetery!


June 27
June 30


Mount Zion – Female Union Band Society Cemetery


Mount Zion
2501 Mill Rd NW
Washington, DC 20007 United States
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