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Flowerdew Hundred: The Archaeology of a Virginia Plantation, 1619–1864 Paperback – October 4, 1995
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"It will be no surprise to students and colleagues familiar with [Deetz's] work that he brings to this book both the discursive and stimulating style and the personal panache that generations of students have enjoyed..(Ivor Noel Hume, author of Martin's Hundred)
"[W]ritten in the engaging style of a master storyteller..His familiarity with both archaeological and historical data and his ability to mesh them into a more complete picture makes for a fascinating look at a microcosm of Virginia history in its early period..(Virginia Magazine of History and Biography)
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Archaeologists James Deetz draws from fragments of pottery, broken weapons, and building stones the drama of our past- both its intimate domestic stories and its grand historical moments.
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