Martin's Hundred

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Knopf, 1982 - History - 343 pages
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A firsthand account of one of the most important excavations in American historical archaeology: the discovery of a lost plantation, and the most extensive evidence we have of English colonial life in early seventeenth-century Virginia.

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User Review  - Bob Seaby - Goodreads

Comment: Well written and very detailed account of a dig that revealed information about an early settlement near Jamestown. What was discovered in the settlement's dump was startling. Archeology buffs will enjoy this book as will history buffs. Read full review

Contents

Looking for the Old Plantation 3
19
Matters of Grave Concern 34
51
Painters and Potters
84
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