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Back in Black Bottom:  The Changing Form of African American Burial Practices in a North Carolina Cemetery (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jonathan P Smith.

The Black Bottom Memorial Cemetery is an African American community cemetery in Belhaven, North Carolina which was in use throughout the 20th century.  Mapping and surface survey of the cemetery revealed a large number of burials with significant, temporally linked, variation in burial practices.  Multiple factors including economic status and the effects of segregation and other discriminatory practices are suggested as contributing to this variation.  Comparison of the Black Bottom Memorial...


Overview: Historic and Archaeological Resources Protection (HARP) Plan, Charleston Naval Weapons Station, South Carolina (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffrey P. Blick.

This overview for the Historic and Archaeological Resources Protection Plan (HARP) for the Charleston Naval Weapons Station, Berkeley and Charleston Counties, South Carolina is designed to inventory known National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) resources, determine the general location of potential NRHP resources, and to evaluate the likelihood that future undertakings may affect such resources on property owned by the Naval Weapons Station, Charleston (henceforth referred to as the NWS for...