Martin's hundred

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1982 - Social Science - 343 pages
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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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User Review  - Converse - Goodreads

Martin's Hundred is an enjoyable archeological mystery tour. The main point that was driven home to me was that archeological evidence is often open to more to one interpretation. The book describes a ... Read full review

Contents

Looking for the Old Plantation
5
The Jamestown Perspective
22
Matters of Grave Concern 34
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Copyright

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