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Archaeological Data Recovery at 38CH1473 A Christ Church Parish Slave Row (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Carol Poplin. Inna Burns.

"Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted archaeological data recovery investigations at 38CH1473 between 16 March and 26 April 2000 as per the Data Recovery Plan submitted to the South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) and the US Army Corps of Engineers-Charleston District (USACE). Historic property 38CH1473 is the remnants of a slave settlement in the Franke Home Tract, off Rifle Range Road (SC 51) in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. During their work at adjacent site...


Archaeological Investigation of Fort Ligonier, 1960-1965 (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jacob L. Grimm.

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A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ivor Noel Hume.

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Preliminary Investigation of Slipware at Four St. Augustine Sites (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael Evans Jones.

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Slipware Philadelphia Style: Case Study from Recent Excavations at the Museum of the American Revolution Site (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Juliette J. Gerhardt.

Slipware ceramics have been unearthed in large quantities at archaeological sites around Philadelphia, most recently, at  the site of the future Museum of the American Revolution at the corner of 3rd and Chesnut Streets in Old City. What is known as the Philadelphia style was a mixing of two European traditions of slip decoration brought across the Atlantic with the earliest settlers: first English and then German. While many of the slip trailed designs appear similar, they vary in simple ways...