Archaeology at an eighteenth century slave settlement in Goose Creek, South Carolina
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SubjectCrowfield Plantation Site (S.C.); Excavations (Archaeology)--South Carolina--Goose Creek Region; African Americans--South Carolina--Goose Creek Region--History; Slaves--South Carolina--Goose Creek Region--Antiquities; Plantation life--South Carolina--Goose Creek Region--Antiquities
This study explores two different areas of the Crowfield Plantation - part of the main settlement (38BK103) and the slave settlement (38BK1011). Both were about to be impacted by development activities and this work was conducted to help preserve part of the unique history of this exceptional plantation.
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