Investigation of an eighteenth century overseer site (38CH1278), Christ Church Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina
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Cummings, Linda Scott
SubjectCharleston County (S.C.)--Antiquities; Excavations (Archaeology)--South Carolina--Charleston County; Plantations--South Carolina--Charleston County--History--18th century; Charleston County (S.C.)--Biography; Agriculture--South Carolina--Charleston County--History--18th century; Material culture--South Carolina--Charleston County--History--18th century; Charleston County (S.C.)--Social life and customs--18th century
This study provides the results of data recovery excavation at 38CH1278, the remains of an early eighteenth century plantation settlement attributed to an overseer. The site is situated on modern-day Belle Hall Plantation, north of US 17 and east of the Mark Clark Expressway in what historically has been known as Christ Church Parish.
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