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Recognizing variability in eighteenth-century plantation diet through pattern analysis

By Maria Therese Fashing

Abstract

To test the hypothesis that faunal remains from 18th century plantation sites reflect status and ethnicity through recognizable patterns, which can be used to infer status and ethnicity in a faunal assemblage of uncertain originTo test the hypothesis that faunal remains from 18th century plantation sites reflect status and ethnicity through recognizable patterns, which can be used to infer status and ethnicity in a faunal assemblage of uncertain origin

Topics: Diet--Virginia--History--18th century, Animal remains (Archaeology), Plantation life--Virginia--History--18th century
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:digitalarchive.wm.edu:10288/1486
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