Social Order (Other Keyword)
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The rediscovery of the previously unknown plantation house at James Monroe’s Highland has provided a new anchor to interpret the historic landscape of the 535-acre property. As much as the discovery of the Monroe house has grabbed the headlines and facilitated discussion about President Monroe’s place in American history, research into the landscapes of slavery, including dwellings, yards, and workspaces, stands to contribute even more to our understanding of social order on the plantation and...
Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Indian / White Trade Relations in the Middle Atlantic and Northeast Regions (1989)
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