The Archaeology of North Carolina


In addition to this on-line supplement to Time Before History, we recommend these other web-based sources of information on the archaeology of North Carolina and nearby states.

Excavating Occaneechi Town: Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Village in North Carolina. An on-line instructional version of the major 1998 archaeological report on the Fredricks site near Hillsborough. Published by UNC Press.

Intrigue of the Past. An on-line version of a UNC-CH Research Laboratories of Archaeology volume on archaeology in North Carolina hosted by Learn NC.

Two worlds: Prehistory, contact, and the Lost Colony. A digital textbook on NC archaeology and history hosted by Learn NC.

North Carolina History: A Digital Textbook. Hosted by Learn NC

Town Creek Indian Mound. An on line resource on North Carolina's premiere archaeological site. Hosted by North Carolina Historic Sites.

Prehistory of North Carolina. Hosted by North Carolina's Office of State Archaeology.

Archaeology at Warren Wilson College

A Comparative Archaeological Study of Colonial Chesapeake Culture. By the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Lab

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