BRUNSWICK’S BAKERS: THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESIGATION OF A DWELLING AND BAKE OVEN AT LOT 35 IN BRUNSWICK TOWN STATE HISTORIC SITE
Halloway, Andrew J.
This past summer, students led by Dr. Charles Ewen excavated the proposed Edward Moseley Lot 34 at Brunswick Town State Historic Site. Instead of finding the house and associated buildings of Lot 34, the students were able to uncover the remains of structure N5 on Lot 35 along with an associated ballast oven. Further historical research uncovered the remains of a thriving bread trade in and around Brunswick just as the birth of Revolutionary sentiment began to spread throughout North Carolina.