Archaeology In South Carolina

Author: Adam King
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 1611176093
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The volume concludes with the recollections of a life spent in the field by South Carolina’s preeminent historical archaeologist Stanley South, now retired from the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology at the ...

South Carolina Wildlife

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52 Common Sense Ecology: Exploring Global Climate Change, S-O, p. ... 36
Hidden in Plain View (forest floor), M-A, p. 10 Index 2009, N-D ... 28 Loggerhead
Nesting in 2008; State Marine Turtle Program Says Goodbye to Two Longtime
Employees, M-J, p. ... 50 Palachucola Archaeological Dig Yields Trove of
Information, S-O, p. ... 50 South Carolina Family Farm Wins National
Environmental Award, M-J ... 52 Directions: As We Approach the 25th Palmetto
Sportsmen's Classic, M-A, p.

Creekside

Author: Kelli Carmean
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817356614
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In Creekside, dedicated archaeologist Meg Harrington guides her students in a race against time to protect the legacy of the past before bulldozers rip it to shreds.

Archaeology At Colonial Brunswick

Author: Stanley A. South
Publisher: Office of Archives and History North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
ISBN: 9780865263437
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"Brunswick was founded in 1726 by Maurice Moore ... [and] the first lots were sold to Cornelius Harnett Sr. The town became a major British colonial port before the Revolution and was the home of the royal governors of North Carolina for ...

Etowah

Author: Adam King
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817312242
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A Dan Josselyn Memorial Publication This is a detailed reconstruction of the waxing and waning of political fortunes among the chiefly elites at an important center of the prehistoric world.

Archaeology

Author: Kevin Greene
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136860290
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This fifth edition has been updated by a new co-author, Tom Moore, and continues to include key references and guidance to help new readers find their way through the ever expanding range of archaeological publications.

The Archaeology Of Pineland

Author: William H. Marquardt
Publisher: Iaps Books
ISBN: 9781881448136
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Focused mainly on 1700 years of Native American occupation, the book also provides new information about post-contact changes in culture and landscape. Abundantly illustrated, the book's 19 chapters include more than 400 figures.

We Gambled Everything

Author: Arne Nielsen
Publisher: University of Alberta
ISBN: 0888645988
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"We gambled everything-our careers, our fortunes, the future of our nation-and every day brought new discoveries.

Materializing Colonial Encounters

Author: François G. Richard
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1493926330
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This volume investigates the material production and expression of colonial experiences in Africa.