Not by meat alone : the use of plant foods among the antebellum Carolinians
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Calhoun, Jeanne A.
In this paper, data from several recent studies conducted in the Charleston, South Carolina area are used to demonstrate that floral remains have a role to play in the reconstruction of foodways and, further, that both archaeology and history can contribute to the reconstruction. A discussion of the potential, and the problems, of ethnobotanical studies precede a discussion of the present data base.
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