A Plantation on His Own Land in Carolina: The Archaeology of Lord Ashley’s St. Giles Kussoe [video]
Marcoux discusses the discovery of what could be the oldest intact brick foundation in the Carolinas, the search for a suspected defensive moat surrounding the site, evidence for trade with Native American groups, and various artifacts associated with the daily lives of Europeans, enslaved Africans, and resident Native American traders.
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This lecture was presented on January 30, 2014.
(Part of McKillop Library's Lecture Series)