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The volume is edited by Stanley South of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Preface-The Chairman's Report - Stanley South.....ii
Settlement and activity patterning on two rice plantations in the South Carolina Low Country - Kenneth E. Lewis.....1
Afro-American slavery and the "invisible" archaeological record of South Carolina - Leland Ferguson.....13
Discerning patterns in an urban context: an example from Philadelphia - Kenneth J. Basalik and John P. McCarthy.....20
Agriculture, industry and nationality: their influence on the material culture of recent settlements - Michae1 R. A. Forsman.....28
Fort Christanna and the Frontier and Early Fur Trade Artifact Patterns: a test - Mary Beaudry.....46
Excavation and early history of the Woodmanston plantation - Jennifer M. Hamilton and Rochelle Marrinan.....59
Help! 3.5 billion possible two meter square excavation units in Arkansas or a consideration of statewide research design in historical archeology - Leslie C. "Skip" Abernathy.....71
Social status as reflected by faunal remains from an eighteenth century British colonial site - Nick Hornerkamp.....87
"Eye" beads in the Southeast - Marvin T. Smith.....116
McCarthy's "It's In the Can": comments and additional considerations - Sharon Keen.....128
A critical analysis and test of Stanley South's artifact patterns - Stephen G. Warfel.....137
The South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology--University of South Carolina
South, Stanley, "The Conference on Historic Site Archaeology Papers 1979 - Volume 14" (1982). Conference on Historic Site Archaeology Papers. 14.