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Author: Debi Hacker,Nicole Southerland,Kerri S. Barile,Arthur Cohen,Suzanne Coyle,Irwin Rovner,Michael Trinkley
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Chicora Foundation, Inc. 3. Contact. One of the earliest references to the aboriginal shell rings of South Carolina and Georgia was a short letter by William McKinley in the Smithsonian Institution Annual Report of 1872. Fibre-tempered pottery of the Stallings Island Culture from the Crescent site, Beaufort County, South Carolina: A mineralogical and petrographical study. Archeology at an eighteenth century slave settlement in Goose Creek, SC.

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Approaches to settlement archaeology in Sweden. World Archaeology, Vol. 9, Issue. A Measure of Settlement Pattern Change and Stability. American Antiquity, Vol. 45, Issue. Pattern and Layout on the South Carolina Frontier: An Archaeological Investigation of Settlement Function. North American Archaeologist, Vol. 1, Issue.

South Carolina in the 18th century was a colony that had been built on the back of slave labor. By contrast, Virginia only began to "recruit" slaves in large numbers at the beginning of that century

South Carolina in the 18th century was a colony that had been built on the back of slave labor. By contrast, Virginia only began to "recruit" slaves in large numbers at the beginning of that century. Consequently, although there were some similarities in the black cultures that emerged in the two regions, there were also substantial differences. Philip D. Morgan, a history professor at William and Mary, has produced an intricately detailed comparison of the Lowcountry and Chesapeake cultures that tells us much about the way of life of some of the earliest African Americans.