Archaeological investigations at Kendal Plantation on the lower Cape Fear River, Brunswick County, North Carolina
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SubjectMoore family--Homes and haunts--North Carolina--Brunswick County; Brunswick County (N.C.)--Antiquities; Cape Fear River Region (N.C.)--Antiquities; Excavations (Archaeology)--North Carolina--Brunswick County; Archaeology and history--North Carolina--Brunswick County; Material culture--North Carolina--Brunswick County--History; Dwellings--North Carolina--Brunswick County--History; Plantations--North Carolina--Brunswick County--History
This research explores the history and archaeology of Kendal Plantation in Brunswick County, North Carolina.
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