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The archaeology of gentry life in seventeenth-century Ferryland

@inproceedings{Gaulton2006TheAO,
  title={The archaeology of gentry life in seventeenth-century Ferryland},
  author={B. Gaulton},
  year={2006}
}
The archaeology of gentry life in seventeenth-century Ferryland revolves around the excavation and analysis of a large timber-framed dwelling occupied by Sir David Kirke and family more than 350 years ago. The midden deposits associated with the house contained an impressive collection of artifacts, which not only assisted in dating the site and its range of occupation but it also provided a valuable opportunity to learn about the day-to-day activities of this gentry family. Clay tobacco pipes… Expand
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