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The Great Dismal Swamp Landscape Study is an ongoing ethnohistorical archaeology project designed to bring a landscape and anthropological perspective to bear on the circa-1630 1860 occupation of the… (More)
The Great Dismal Swamp in North Carolina and Virginia has a history of profound significance to scholars and historians of North American diasporas. Between 1630 and 1865, thousands of maroons,… (More)
As has been discussed in a previous companion piece in Transforming Anthropology, the Great Dismal Swamp in North Carolina and Virginia has a profoundly significant diasporan history. Between 1630… (More)
An intensive archaeological survey was conducted at the Shepard site (20CA104) in Battle Cr�ek, Michigan from April 29 through July 12, 1996. Historical background research had indicated that the… (More)
We can no longer afford to ignore the horrendous misery and abuse that humans have inflicted on beings from other species throughout all modern history. We also cannot continue to ignore how those… (More)
Cet essai porte sur l’archeologie des Marrons afro-americains et des Amerindiens qui se sont etablis dans le Grand marais lugubre (Great Dismal Swamp) de Virginie et de Caroline du Nord (Etats-Unis)… (More)