Ethnobotanical analysis of samples from the Aiken-Rhett House, City of Charleston, South Carolina
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SubjectEthnobotany--South Carolina--Charleston; Aiken-Rhett House (Charleston, S.C.); Excavations (Archaeology)--South Carolina--Charleston; Charleston (S.C.)--Antiquities
During October 1985 archaeologists with The Charleston Museum conducted test excavations at the Aiken-Rhett house in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.This ethnobotanical study has revealed that the Aiken-Rhett site does contain carbonized plant remains. The Aiken-Rhett site has yielded little information concerning the use of plant foods in Charleston, in spite of several large flotation samples.
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