Aquasco-Woodville Cultural Resources Inventory Technical Report

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Aquasco-Woodville Cultural Resources Inventory Technical Report

Title:

Aquasco-Woodville Cultural Resources Inventory Technical Report

Author:

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Prince George's County Planning Department

Publication Date:
03/01/2022
Source of Copies:

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

Number of Pages:
73
Issuu Document Name:
aquasco-woodville_cultural_resources_inventory_tec

Aquasco-Woodville, a rural village in the principally agricultural southeast part of Prince George’s County, Maryland, retains numerous late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century buildings, cemeteries and sites that are clustered along both sides of MD 381 (Aquasco Road). This report examines seven previously undocumented properties, six of which were found to be associated with the African American middle class that emerged in the area after the Civil War: the Cemetery for Enslaved African Americans at Eastview, the Whitehall Tenant House, and the Delilah Waters House.