Camden: Historical Archaeology in the South Carolina Backcountry / Edition 1 available in Paperback
|Edition description:||New Edition|
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About the Author
Kenneth Lewis is a historical archaeologist specializing in the archaeology of North America, frontiers and colonization, the colonial United States and plantations, and cultural resource management. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma in 1975 and is a Professor of Anthropology at Michigan State University where he consistently teaches courses in introductory archaeology, methods, and theory.
Table of Contents
1. Camden, a Community in the South Carolina Backcountry. 2. The Historical Context of Colonization in South Carolina. 3. The Development of Archaeological Research at Camden. 4. Examining the Results of the Sampling Excavations: Exploring the Hypotheses for Identity, Function, and Change. 5. Enlarging the Scale of Observation: Households on an Evolving Frontier. 6. Defining Camden's Households in Space. 7. Placing Camden's Households in Time. 8. Exploring Function on a Household Scale. 9. Camden in a Changing Economic and Social Milieu. 10. Camden: An Unfinished Work.