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"Providence Brings to our Doors, the Delicious Treasures of the Sea": Household Use of Maritime Resources in 18th-Century Connecticut
Many families in 18th-century Connecticut combined farming and maritime activities in their household economies. While they raised crops and livestock, they also caught fish, harvested shellfish, andExpand
The ca. 1638 Waterman Site, Marshfield, Massachusetts: The Anatomy of a Pilgrim House
The excavation and reconstruction of the ca. 1638 Waterman site is providing the first comprehensive and detailed look at the architecture and household material culture of an early period PilgrimExpand
“Their Houses are Ancient and Ordinary”: Archaeology and Connecticut’s Eighteenth-Century Domestic Architecture
AbstractThe 18th-century houses that dot Connecticut’s landscape have come to be the very symbols of the state’s colonial past. Recent archaeological investigations at the buried remains of sixExpand
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Law, Lawyers and Snails- a Scottish Historical Tour
Scottish Jaw is unique as it has survived centuries of conflict and a political Act of Union nearly three centuries ago. What then makes Scots Jaw so special? It has retained a powerful andExpand