Archaeological and Historical Examinations of Three Eighteenth and Nineenth Century Rice Plantations On the Waccamaw Neck
Editor(s): Michael Trinkley
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Archaeological and Historical Examinations of Three Eighteenth and Nineenth Century Rice Plantations On the Waccamaw Neck. Natalie Adams, Debi Hacker, David R. Lawrence, Rowena Nyland, Jack H. Wilson, Jr., Michael Trinkley. Research Series ,1. P.O. Box 8664, Columbia, SC 29202: Chicora Foundation, Inc. 1993 ( tDAR id: 156230)
38GE291 • 38GE292 • 38GE297 • 38GE340 • Faunal Material • Missionary Activity • Oatland Plantation • Settlement patterns • Slave House • Slave Life • Turkey Hill Plantation • Willbrook Plantation
min long: -79.681; min lat: 33.05 ; max long: -78.927; max lat: 33.78 ;
NADB document id number(s): 552154
NADB citation id number(s): 000000069637