18th - 20th centuries (Temporal Keyword)

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Archaeological Investigations at Tabbies 1 and 2, North End Plantation, Ossabaw Island, Georgia (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel Elliott.

This report documents the second session of archaeological investigations conducted in the slave quarter and servants' quarters at the North End plantation site, Ossabaw Island, Chatham County, Georgia. This study was conducted by the LAMAR Institute and the Archaeological Services Unit, Historic Preservation Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources for the Ossabaw Island Foundation. The field study was conducted intermittently from January through October 2006 and...


Archaeological Practice, Material Objects, and Social Memory (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephen Silliman.

This paper attempts to circumvent the dichotomy of remembering/forgetting and instead focuses on the process of slimming down or building up social memory. Such an emphasis attends to the question of not whether something is remembered or forgotten, but the push-and-pull of how it is remembered: the details, valences, politics, pulses, and potency. It also considers archaeology – in its practices and in its objects – firmly within that collective and often national process, not separate from it....


Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey, The Robinson Property (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jennifer L. Bonner. Elizabeth Kiniry.

Hassanamesit, meaning place of small stones and located in present day Grafton, was the third of fourteen Praying Indian towns established by the Reverend John Eliot in the 17th Century to convert Native Americans to Christianity. Established in 1645, by 1671 Hassanamesit contained sixty residents and was the second village, after Natick, to achieve full church status and build a meetinghouse. Based on research by UMass Center for Cultural and Environmental History (CCEH), the 200+ acre Robinson...


Gullah-Geechee Landscapes on Ossabaw Island, Georgia (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Nicholas Honerkamp. Meredith Gilligan. Taylor Maxie.

The North End Plantation on Ossabaw Island, Georgia (9CH1062) has been almost continually occupied since the 1760s. Although a large number of enslaved Africans (later Gullah-Geechee) resided there, the remains of three tabby duplexes are the only substantial remains associated with them. This paper summarizes the results of two field seasons of landscape reconstruction that were aimed at identifying the locations of additional non-tabby cabins, historic plantation roadways, and adjacent yard...


Mapping and Systematic Shovel Testing at Middle Place Plantation (9CH158), Ossabaw Island, Georgia (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text George Price. Karen Payne.

This is a report of findings resulting from the 2007 archaeological investigations at Middle Place conducted by Apalachee Research Archaeological Consultants, Inc. Funding for the project derives from the Coastal Incentives Grant (CIG) awarded the Georgia Coastal Management Program. The field work was conducted and March, 2007. This is first investigation to focus o site' occupation and the first to employ systematic shovel testing. A total of 21 shovel tests and two 1x2 m...


North End Plantation, Ossabaw Island, Georgia: Preliminary Archaeological Investigations (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel T. Elliott.

This report documents the 2005 archaeological investigations conducted at the North End Plantation site, Ossabaw Island, Chatham County, Georgia. This study was conducted by the LAMAR Institute and the Archaeological Services Unit, Historic Preservation Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources for the Ossabaw Island Foundation. The field study was conducted from January through May, 2005 and this research formed part of the Save America’s Treasures grant project, funded by the National...


North End Plantation, Ossabaw Island, Georgia: Preliminary Archaeological Investigations (2005)
IMAGE Daniel T. Elliott.

This report documents the 2005 archaeological investigations conducted at the North End Plantation site, Ossabaw Island, Chatham County, Georgia. This study was conducted by the LAMAR Institute and the Archaeological Services Unit, Historic Preservation Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources for the Ossabaw Island Foundation. The field study was conducted from January through May, 2005 and this research formed part of the Save America’s Treasures grant project, funded by the National...


Ossabaw Island
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Ossabaw Island State Land Files


Ossabaw Island Tabby Quaters Conditions Assessment and Recommendations for Interpretation and Treatment (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Rachel Black

In November 2003, the Ossabaw Island Foundation was awarded a $400,000 grant from Save America's Treasures to restore three former slave cabins on Ossabaw Island, Georgia, located at the North End Plantation. Save America's Treasures (SAT) is a national program to protect the country's historic and cultural treasures and it operates as a public­ private partnership between the National Park Service and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Among its stated goals are the fostering of...


Phase I Archaeological Intensive Survey of Hassanamesitt Woods Property (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jack Gary.

The Center for Cultural and Environmental History conducted a Phase I archaeological intensive survey of Hassanamesitt Woods property in Grafton, Massachusetts from October 2004 through January 2005. Documentary evidence has suggested that the property may contain remains of the church for the Praying Indian village of Hassanamisco, established by John Elio in 1660. Historical deed research has also placed several Nipmuc families on the property in the early 18th century, suggesting the area was...


Phase IB Archeological Identification Survey of US 113 from MD 394 (Snow Hill) to the Delaware Line, Worcester County, Maryland (1997)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas G. Lilly, Jr.. Heather Millis. Jeffrey L. Holland. Paul A. Webb. Matthew W. Jorgenson.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


Reanalyzing Colonoware at Drayton Hall (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Corey Ames Heyward.

This is an abstract from the "Archaeologies of Contact and Colonialism" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Colonoware, a low-fired earthenware made by both enslaved Africans and Native Americans, is a ceramic tradition reflecting the interactions of these two groups with Europeans in colonial North America. The academic understanding of colonoware and its diversity has been enhanced in recent years by an intense increase in publications and research...


Report of Archaeological Curation Services and Finding Aid for Archaeological Collections, Joint Base-McGuire Dix Lakehurst Environmental Division-Historic Preservation Office (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Adrienne Lazazzera.

Services began after initial inspection of artifact collections and cultural resource documentation housed at the Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst Environmental Division Historic Preservation Office in Fort Dix, New Jersey. The agreed upon scope of work consisted of curating artifacts and organizing collections information. Artifact collections were inspected, labeled, compared with survey documentation, inventoried and curated at the Fort Dix Environmental Division Historic Preservation Office...


Sapelo Island
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Sapelo Island Project


Sapelo Island: A Place Known As Chocolate (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Morgan R. Crook, Jr..

REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory University of West Georgia, Carrollton


Various Maps of Ossabaw Island (2011)
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Contemporary and Historic Maps