Dwellings in the Cradle of American Slavery: An Archaeological Analysis of Slave Household Structures in the Early Chesapeake
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Bachelor of Arts
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Sat, 30 Jun 2008
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Honors in Independent Study
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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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