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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Patrick H Garrow; Thomas R Wheaton
|In:||Goodyear, Albert C., ed|
|Notes:||Ill., graphs, table.
Colonware excavated at slave quarters on Yaughan and Curriboo plantations yielded two basic types. The first is believed to have been made by Catawba Indian potters. The second and numerically more prevalent type is attributed to plantation slaves, made for their own use. Most of the pottery dates to the 18th century.
|Responsibility:||by Patrick H. Garrow and Thomas R. Wheaton.|