Archaeological test excavations at the Dickson-Williams House, Greene County, Tennessee
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SubjectExcavations (Archaeology)--Tennessee--Greene County; Greene County (Tenn.)--Antiquities; Williams-Dickson House (Greeneville, Tenn.); Historic buildings--Tennessee--Greene County; Greeneville (Tenn.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
Report of archaeological surveying conducted at the historic Dickson-Williams House, a 19th-century site located in downtown Greeneville, Tenn., to determine dates of various architectural features" and other renovations to the property, including architectural features of the house, such as the nature of the stone and brick foundations used in the kitchen wing, and evidence for the "music room" known to have been attached to the kitchen wing of the house.report provides the results of those investigations and recommendations for archaeological preservation at the site.
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