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BRUNSWICK’S BAKERS: THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESIGATION OF A DWELLING AND BAKE OVEN AT LOT 35 IN BRUNSWICK TOWN STATE HISTORIC SITE
(East Carolina University, 2017-06-22)
During the summer of 2016, students led by Dr. Charles Ewen excavated the proposed Edward Moseley Ruin (now the bake oven at Lot 35) at Brunswick Town State Historic Site. Instead of finding the house and associated buildings ...
Moseley's Life in Ruins: The Excavation of Lot 34 and its Structural Remains at Brunswick Town
(East Carolina University, 2018-06-18)
During excavations at Brunswick Town in 1959, an anomalous feature was uncovered and interpreted as a rammed earth foundation on politician Edward Moseley's property. However, it was never fully investigated. This style ...
Brunswick Town: Research Design
(East Carolina University, 2017-07-28)
In the six decades of the post-South era at Brunswick Town, interest in the site has been sustained through studies, symposiums, historical publications, textbooks and the evolution of methodology developed there. Archaeology ...
Research Design of Fort Anderson
(East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
The purpose of this thesis is to produce a research design for Fort Anderson, a State Historic Site on the west bank of the Cape Fear River in Brunswick County, North Carolina. The thesis opens with the history of Fort ...