Title

Dwellings in the Cradle of American Slavery: An Archaeological Analysis of Slave Household Structures in the Early Chesapeake

Individual author or multiple authors

Individual

Major

Undeclared

Category of Work

Honors Papers

Additional Category of Work

None

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Class Year

2008

Date of Submission

Sat, 30 Jun 2008

Year of Graduation

2011

Comps Adviser(s)

Savina, Mary

Award

Honors in Independent Study

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webbk_2008_Honors.pdf

Keywords

archaeology, excavation, slavery, slaves, slave quarters, family, material culture, Africa, African diaspora, African American, gender, children, Chesapeake, colonial, colonies, Virginia, plantation, tobacco

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