This first-hand account examines an important excavation in American historical archaeology--the discovery of a lost plantation, providing extensive evidence of English colonial life in early seventeenth-century Virginia.
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Martin's Hundred - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Martin's Hundred was an early 17th century plantation located along about ten miles of the north shore of the James River in the Virginia Colony east of ...
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Martin's Hundred Sites
The particular plantation of Martin's Hundred was probably chartered in 1618 by the Virginia Company of London for a group of investors known as the Society ...
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United States The nucleus of Martin's Hundred, a 1616 land grant of the Virginia Company of London below Jamestown on the James River, was Wolstenholme ...
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Martin's Hundred Martin's Hundred was an early 17th century plantation located along about ten miles of the north shore of the James River in the.
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Interactive Dig Mt. Vernon - Ask an Archaeologist
The copper still you have pictured on the top of the page is very similar to a ceramic one found in a seventeenth century context at Martin's Hundred. ...
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Martin's Hundred (USA)
Martin's Hundred is an archaeological site in Virginia in the southeastern United States, consisting of a British colonial village first occupied in 1619.
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Archaeology at the Atkinson Site
Ivor NoŽl Hume's Martin's Hundred is an excellent introduction to the history of Wolstenholme Town and the Martin's Hundred community ...
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JAMES Family Genealogy
In 1713 John and Justina James, my 7th great grandparents, sailed to Virginia from England in order to receive Justina's estate in Martin's Hundred, ...
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Title, Martin's Hundred / by Ivor Noel Hume. Call Number, 975.5425 N. Publication, New York, NY : Knopf, 1982. Material, xx, 343 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. ...
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The Archaeology of Martin's Hundred explores the history and artifacts of a 20000-acre tract of land in Tidewater Virginia, one of the most extensive ...