Plantation (Other Keyword)
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4-H Foundation Archaeological Project 1954 (1954)
Aboriginal Structures in Georgia: Bird-Shaped Stone Tumuli In Putnam County, Georgia - Ancient Tumuli On the Savannah River, Visited By William Bartram, In 1776 (1877)
Addendum To the Environmental Assessment of Ship and Barge Repair Yard for Boland Marine and Manufacturing Company, Inc., St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana (1980)
Additional Intensive Archeological Testing at the Oxon Hill Manor Site: An 18th Through 19th Century Plantation in Maryland (1985)
Afterlives of Slavery on the Post-Emancipation Caribbean Plantation (2017)
This paper offers some opening remarks that introduce the conceptual framework informing this session. A rich body of archaeological literature has investigated plantation slavery in the Caribbean region, but far less attention has been paid to the post-emancipation landscape and the significant transformations that affected the lives of laborers. We seek to address how a focus on the post-emancipation Caribbean plantation landscape can provide unique insights into how notions of freedom were...
All Inclusive: an Archaeological Investigation and Material Analysis of Tabby Remains at Middle Place Plantation (9CH158), Ossabaw Island, Chatham County, Georgia (2017)
This investigation includes field methods from terrestrial archaeology, buildings archaeology, and incorporates digital survey techniques and material analysis to better understand the development and history of Middle Place Plantation (9CH158). We will survey tabby structures throughout the Georgia coastal region including industrial buildings, martial architecture, slave quarters, and structures of the elite to position Middle Place within the context of Ossabaw Island and the broader coastal...
Alone in the Deep Blue Sea: A comparison of Indonesian Colonial Period nutmeg plantations and New World plantations (2015)
Plantations on the nutmeg-bearing Banda Islands are contemporaneous with early North American plantations and are an excellent place to investigate cross-cultural responses to colonialism. The Banda Islands were the world’s sole source of nutmeg in the 16th century and control over this spice was a major goal for European powers during the Age of Expansion. Consequently, the Banda Islands were the location of early experiments in colonialism by European powers and can provide information for...
Antebellum and Civil War Landscapes at Sherwood Forest Plantation (44ST615) (2016)
Sherwood Forest Plantation is located just outside Fredericksburg on the Northern Neck of Virginia. The late Antebellum plantation was home to not only the Fitzhugh family who owned the property, but also a large enslaved workforce; additionally, the manor house and the surrounding plantation core served as a hospital to Union troops in 1862-1863. Current research conducted by the University of Mary Washington, in conjunction with and support from Walton International Group, focuses on the...
Appraisal of the Archeological Resources of the Walter F. George Reservoir Area, Chattahoochee River, Alabama and Georgia (1959)
Archaeological Analysis of Shirley Plantation Site No. 15 (1980)
An archaeological and historical assessment of the first Hermitage (1976)
Archaeological and Historical Investigations in Support of the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company Perryman Combined Cycle Power Plant Environmental Licensing Project, Harford County, Maryland (1991)
Archaeological and Historical Resources Within the Gaines Plantation Tract, Alachua County, Florida (1978)
Archaeological and Historical Resources Within the Gaines Plantation Tract, Alachua County, Florida, 1978 (1978)
Archaeological and Historical Survey of the Greenfield Plantation Tract, Duval County, Florida (1988)
Archaeological and Historical Survey of the Proposed Halifax Plantation Development, Volusia and Flagler Counties, Florida (1980)
Archaeological Assessment of the Greenfield Borrow Pit, Georgetown County, South Carolina (1983)
Archaeological Assessment of the Plantation Tree Farm CFIP Project, Sonoma County, California.(California Department of Forestry) (1985)
Archaeological Auger Survey of the Gamble Plantation State Historic Site (1987)
Archaeological Evaluation of the Flint Plantation Site (16Ra79), Rapides Parish, Louisiana (1983)
Archaeological Evidence for Subsistence On Coastal Plantations: in the Archaeology of Slavery and Plantation Life (1985)
Archaeological Explorations at the Wheeler Plantation, Lawrence County, Alabama (1997)
Archaeological Investigations at Causton's Bluff, Chatham County, Georgia (1987)
Archaeological Investigations at Destrehan Plantation (16SC18), St. Charles Parish, Louisiana (1993)