44PG317 (Site Name Keyword)

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Archaeological and Historical Investigations of 44PG317, An Early 19th Century Free Black Farmstead Located in Prince George County, Virginia (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robin L. Ryder. Archaeological Research Center, Virginia Commonwealth University.

This report presents the results of a Phase 3 data recovery performed at 44PG317 (the Charles Gilliam Site) in Prince George County, Va. (Fig. 1). 44PG317 was discovered in December of 1988 during construction of Route 295 in Prince George County. Phase 2 evaluations indicated that the site was owned and occupied throughout the 19th century by Charles A. Gilliam, a freed mulatto, and his descendants, Mary Ann Gilliam, Susan Gilliam, Henry Gilliam and Maria Gilliam. A number of intact features...


Artifact Catalog, Gilliam Site 44PG317, Fort Lee (2012)
DATASET Fort Lee Regional Archaeological Curation Facility.

This resource contains a catalog documenting artifacts collected by an informant at the Gilliam Site, 44PG317, located at Fort Lee, Virginia.


Artifact Catalog, Site 44PG317, Fort Lee (2013)
DATASET Fort Lee Regional Archaeological Curation Facility.

This resource contains an artifact catalog from Phase III of site 44PG317, located at Fort Lee, Virginia.


Artifact Catalog, Site 44PG317, Fort Lee (2012)
DATASET Fort Lee Regional Archaeological Curation Facility.

Artifact catalog from Phase 2 archaeological and historical evaluations conducted at 44PG317, a 19th century domestic site owned and occupied by a freed black family from 1823 through the 1st decade of the 20th century. The Phase 2 evaluation indicates that the site, which contains intact features and fits into an historic context emphasizing the 19th century from the Federal and Antebellum periods through the Civil War and Postbellum periods. Further, since the site was owned and occupied...


Free African American Archaeology: Interpreting an Antebellum Farmstead, Site 44PG317, Fort Lee (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robin L. Ryder.

The purpose of this work is to examine material culture recovered from the Charles A. Gilliam site, 44PG317, within an interpretive, contextual framework. The site represents the remains of a middling farmstead which was owned and occupied by Charles Gilliam, a free African American, and his heirs from ca. 1823 to 1917. This study concentrates on the period 1823-1865 when Charles lived at the site. Ceramics recovered from the site, and the information provided by the architectural remains are...


Phase II Archaeological and Historical Investigations of 44PG317, An Early 19th Century Free Black Farmstead, Prince George County, Virginia (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robin L. Ryder. Archaeological Research Center, Virginia Commonwealth University.

This report presents the results of Phase 2 archaeological and historical evaluations conducted at 44Pg317, a 19th century domestic site owned and occupied by a freed black family from 1823 through the 1st decade of the 20th century. The Phase 2 evaluation indicates that the site, which contains intact features and fits into an historic context emphasizing the 19th century from the Federal and Antebellum periods through the Civil War and Postbellum periods. Further, since the site was owned...


Phase II Archaeological and Historical Investigations, Site 44PG317, Fort Lee (FL1990.001)
PROJECT Robin L. Ryder. L. Daniel Mouer.

Results of Phase 2 archaeological and historical evaluations conducted at 44PG317, a 19th century domestic site owned and occupied by a freed black family from 1823 through the 1st decade of the 20th century. The Phase 2 evaluation indicates that the site, which contains intact features and fits into an historic context emphasizing the 19th century from the Federal and Antebellum periods through the Civil War and Postbellum periods. Further, since the site was owned and occupied by a free...


Phase III Investigations, Site 44PG317, Fort Lee (FL1990.002)
PROJECT Virginia Department of Transportation.

Data recovery was performed at 44PG317, the Charles Gilliam site, in order to mitigate impacts caused by construction of Route 295 in Prince George County, Virginia. The site consists of remains of a 19th century farmstead which was owned and occupied by Charles Gilliam, a freed mulatto, and his heirs from ca. 1823 to ca. 1917. Mitigation consisted of on site data recovery, site specific historical document research, comparative studies of 19th century free blacks as represented in the...


Surface Collection by an Informant, Site 44PG317, Fort Lee (FL1988.001)
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This project contains an artifact catalog listing artifacts produced at site 44PG317 during a surface collection by an informant. Site 44PG317, also known as the Gilliam Site, is located at Fort Lee, Virginia.