Archaeological and historical examinations of three eighteenth and nineteenth century rice plantations on the Waccamaw Neck
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SubjectWillbrook Plantation Site (S.C.); Oatland Plantation Site (S.C.); Turkey Hill Plantation Site (S.C.); Waccamaw River Valley (N.C. and S.C.)--Antiquities; Plantations--Waccamaw River Valley (N.C. and S.C.); Indians of North America--Waccamaw River Valley (N.C. and S.C.); Excavations (Archaeology)--Waccamaw River Valley (N.C. and S.C.)
This study examines the historical and archaeological research conducted by Chicora Foundation on a series of five sites representing portions of three eighteenth and nineteenth century Waccamaw Neck rice plantations -- Willbrook, Oatland, and Turkey Hill.
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