Colonial Era (Culture Keyword)
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A high-resolution 3D scan of a large British lead seal from the Port Dauphin Village site (1MB221) produced by Graph Synergie of Quebec and Montreal for the University of South Alabama Center for Archaeological Studies. These files can be viewed with Blender (http://www.blender.org) or GLC Player (http://www.glc-player.net). This lead seal was originally gilt.
Documentary Research, Submerged Cultural Resources in the Vicinity of Bayou La Batre, Alabama (1987)
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Field Specimen Catalog for Port Dauphin Village (1MB221), Mobile County, Alabama. (1997)
Field Specimen Catalog for the Port Dauphin Village Site (1MB221).
Glass Beads from the Port Dauphin site (1MB221), Mobile County, Alabama. (1997)
Glass beads recovered from the Port Dauphin site (1MB221).
POLLEN AND PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES FROM SITES 38CH1541 AND 38CH1542, CHARLESTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA (2017)
Site 38CH1541, dating to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, represents the main Mullet Hall Plantation settlement. Mullet transferred the property to James Legare, but there is little evidence of occupation postbellum. Samples from three Colonial era trash pits, two wall trenches, and four storage pits, were examined for pollen and phytoliths to inform concerning economic activities at the plantation. Site 38CH1542 includes two linear slave settlements, appearing on maps in 1854. One...
Port Dauphin (1MB221), Mobile County, Alabama.
Port Dauphin, on Dauphin Island, served throughout the early years of French colonial settlement on the Gulf coast as a support facility to the main settlements upriver, the town sites of Mobile -- first at Old Mobile, at Twenty-seven Mile Bluff on the Mobile River from 1702 to 1711, and then at the city's modern location at the head of Mobile Bay and the mouth of the Mobile River. The historian Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz referred to Mobile as the birthplace of the French colony of Louisiane...
Port Dauphin Village Site Artifact Photos, Mobile County, Alabama. (1997)
Artifact photos from the Port Dauphin Village site (1MB221).
Port Dauphin Village Site Excavation Photos, Mobile County, Alabama. (1997)
Field excavation photos from the Port Dauphin Village site.