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Social differences at domestic sites in the fortified town of Frederica (1736-1750) are explored through comparisons of architecture type and location, refuse disposal practices, selected artifacts, and dietary data. Based on archival-based Relative Economic Position, three sites representing three social strata at Frederica are used for these comparisons. The results of this analysis serve as a starting point for future testing at British colonial sites possessing similar social and temporal parameters.
College of Arts and Sciences
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Place of Publication
Archaeology--Georgia--Fort Frederica National Monument; Antiquities; Archaelology; Fort Frederica National Monument (Ga.)--Antiquities
Fort Frederica National Monument (Ga.)
F292.F7 H66 2005
Honerkamp, Nicholas, "The "deserving poor" in colonial Georgia : elite and non-elite domestic sites at Fort Frederica, Georgia" (2005). Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology Reports. 8.