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The Archaeology of Martin's Hundred : Part 1, Interpretive Studies ; Part 2, Artifact Catalog.

Author: Ivor Noel Hume; Audrey Noel Hume
Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc., 2001.
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Martin's Hundred was a 20,000-acre tract of land in Tidewater Virginia, one of the most extensive English enterprises in the New World. Settled in 1618, all signs of its early occupation soon disappeared, leaving no trace above ground. More than three centuries later, archaeological explorations uncovered tantalizing evidence of the people who had lived, worked, and died there.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Noel Hume, Ivor.
Archaeology of Martin's Hundred : Part 1, Interpretive Studies; Part 2, Artifact Catalog.
Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc., ©2001
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ivor Noel Hume; Audrey Noel Hume
ISBN: 9781512819717 1512819719
OCLC Number: 957127113
Description: 1 online resource (628 pages)
Contents: Part I: Interpretive Studies; Cover; The Archaeology of Martin's Hundred; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents of Part I; List of Illustrations; List of Plates; Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1 The Who, What, When, and Where of Martin's Hundred; Chapter 2 The People of Martin's Hundred: The Physical Evidence; Chapter 3 Where They Lived, Worked, Fenced, and Sometimes Hid; Chapter 4 Arms and Armor in Martin's Hundred; Chapter 5 Of Pots and Pertinence; Chapter 6 The Small Finds; Chapter 7 The Glass; Chapter 8 The Tobacco Pipes; Chapter 9 The Pits; Postscript; Part II: Artifact Catalog; Cover. The Archaeology of Martin's HundredTitle; Copyright; Dedication; Contents of Part II; List of Figures; User's Introduction; Appendix I Faunal Analyses; Appendix II Index of Illustrated Tobacco-pipe Marks; Appendix III Cited Excavation Register Entries; Appendix IV Ceramic Nomenclature; Bibliography.

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Martin's Hundred was a 20,000-acre tract of land in Tidewater Virginia, one of the most extensive English enterprises in the New World. Settled in 1618, all signs of its early occupation soon disappeared, leaving no trace above ground. More than three centuries later, archaeological explorations uncovered tantalizing evidence of the people who had lived, worked, and died there.

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