Title

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

Major

Not Declare Yet

Category of Work

Honors Paper

Group or Individual

Individual

Class Year

2008

Date of Submission

2008-06-30

Year of Graduation

2011

Comps Adviser(s)

Savina, Mary

Award

Honors in Independent Study

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

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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Student Work Completed Date

2008

Format

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