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Advancing The Study Of Cultural Frontiers In Post-Medieval Ireland – Native Innovation In The Face Of Colonial Power (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul J Logue.

Historical archaeology in the north of Ireland offers much to the global debate on identity and cultural interaction. There, social order in the post-medieval period has been portrayed as representing a culturally isolated conservative society: a point of contrast with ‘civilised’ Europe. North Irish elites are traditionally believed to have used earth and timber indigenous sites as alternatives to a supposedly more mainstream European architectural lexicon. Recent studies challenge this...

DOCUMENT Citation Only Walter A. Clifford IV.

The Daniel Island site is a small-scale, multi-component settlement located northwest of Charleston, South Carolina. The contact-era occupation at Daniel Island consists of an Ashley phase farmstead with historical references tying the land to the Etiwan Indians. Cultural resource investigations indicated the presence of early Ashley phase (A.D. 1590-1620) and Late Ashley phase (A.D. 1620-1670) occupations ending prior to the founding of nearby Charles Towne in 1670. I investigate the absorption...

Pictorial Examples Of Supposed Native Architecture In lreland: An Alternative View (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul J Logue. Audrey J Horning.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Historical Archaeology on the Island of Ireland: New Perspectives" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries in Ireland saw much conflict as the English crown sought to establish its rule throughout the island. The period saw government servants alongside entrepreneurs and adventurers take a greater interest in Ireland. As one consequence, more maps and pictorial images...

Werowocomoco: Competing Narratives at the Center of Tsenocomacah (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David Brown. Thane H. Harpole.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Northeast Region National Park Service Archeological Landscapes and the Stories They Tell" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The dominant narrative of Werowocomoco connects with the nationally significant story of Powhatan Chief Wahunsenacawh, his daughter Matoaca (Pocahontas), and Englishman Captain John Smith in 1607. It highlights an important moment in the connection and clash of cultures during a...