DID JOHN LAWSON SLEEP HERE? AN INVESTIGATION OF LOTS FIVE AND SIX IN HISTORIC BATH, NORTH CAROLINA

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Nancy Mullens (Creator)
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East Carolina University (ECU )
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Abstract: The investigation of Lots Five and Six in Bath, North Carolina, began during the spring semester of 2003 and continued intermittently until the summer of 2010 under the direction of Dr. Charles R. Ewen. During this time, 26 shovel-test pits and 25 units were excavated revealing three separate occupations. The latest occupation dated from the late eighteenth century to the twentieth century, the middle occupation dated from the middle of the eighteenth century to the early nineteenth century, and the earliest occupation dated to the early eighteenth century. The early eighteenth century occupation was concentrated in the northern portion of the yard near the ballast stone chimney foundations, corresponding to the ownerships of John Lawson and his daughter Isabella.  

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Date: 1905

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