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A colonial period occupation in North Carolina; excavations by NC Department of Transportation archaeologists.
Historical site on Roanoke River, occupied from 1760-1840. Not much information here.
A 19th century plantation site located in New Hanover County; excavations led by the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, archaeological and ethnographic research at this 18th century Native American town.
Review of the CD-Rom by Dean Snow, an article in the Journal for MultiMedia History.
Queen Anne's Revenge
A shipwreck off the North Carolina coast, thought to be the flagship of the 18th century pirate Blackbeard; from the North Carolina Maritime Museum.
The Roanoke Island Freedman's Colony
An island between North Carolina's mainland and the Outer Banks, refuge for thousands of African-American slaves during the Civil War; history and documents only (the site hasn't been found archaeologically).
Appalachian State University Boone
MA. Theoretical Anthropology, gender studies, Appalachian studies, and field archaeology.
Duke University Durham
MA, PhD Classics
North Carolina Office of State Archaeology
Coordinates and implements a statewide program of prehistoric, historic, and underwater archaeology.
Research Laboratories of Archaeology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; southeastern US archaeology.
Trading Path Preservation Association
A non-profit corporation registered in the State of North Carolina and committed to preserving the historic Trading Path of the Southeastern Piedmont.
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
John Scarry and Margaret Scarry
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; subsistence remains from prehistoric North Carolina archaeological sites. This site includes these data.
Linda Francis Stine
Ethnoarchaeological investigations in the community of Harmony, North Carolina, a chapter in Exploring Gender Through Archaeology, on line at Appalachian State.
J. Ned Woodall
Wake Forest, archeological ethics, cultural resource management, and the prehistory of North America; mostly in North Carolina.
North Carolina Archaeological Council
Professional association for archaeologists in the state; contains contact names and addresses.
North Carolina Archaeology
Archaeological reports and public outreach on archaeology in the state.
Southern Coastal Heritage Program
A partnership of educational, research and service institutions committed to preserving and transmitting knowledge about the natural and cultural environments of coastal North Carolina.