Ewen, Charles Robin

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An Archaeological Investigation of Barber Landing Pitt County North Carolina 2011 157071 Twelve sites including a modern farmstead were discovered in 1976 by Dr. David Phelps of East Carolina University (ECU) during a Cultural Resource survey of 335 acres along Barber Creek for Greenville Utilities Commission (GUC). Phelps supervised sur...
AN OSTEOBIOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE FOSCUE PLANTATION BURIAL VAULT POLLOCKSVILLE JONES COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA 2012 157071 In 2010 an early nineteenth-century vault was excavated on Foscue Plantation in eastern North Carolina as part an of ongoing archaeological research project. According to historical records three individuals were interred in the vault Simon Foscue Sr...
Archaeological Survey of Historic Bath : Locating the Early Eighteenth-Century Colonial Settlements in North Carolina's First Town 2012 157071 Historic Bath was the first town to be incorporated in North Carolina. Following its incorporation on March 8 1705 many individuals purchased property in the town including a number of prominent figures who were influential in North Carolina's early ...
Hidden and Sacred : African American Cemeteries in Eastern North Carolina 2011 157071 The purpose of thesis is to identify an Eastern North Carolina African American Burial Pattern through the survey of Black Bottom Cemetery and the comparison of this cemetery to others in Eastern North Carolina as well as the Southeastern United Stat...
DID JOHN LAWSON SLEEP HERE? : AN INVESTIGATION OF LOTS FIVE AND SIX IN HISTORIC BATH NORTH CAROLINA 2011 157071 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...
New Data Old Methods : A Functional Analysis of Colonial Era Structures on the "Wooten-Marnan Lot" at Brunswick Town North Carolina 2012 157071 Two archaeological features N26 and N29 at Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site were originally located and minimally excavated by Stanley South in the late 1950s. Historical documents and limited excavations led South to interpret both N...
Put This in Your Pipe and Smoke it : An Evaluation of Tobacco Pipe Stem Dating Methods 2011 157071 There are currently three formula dating techniques available to archaeologists studying 17th and 18th century sites using imported English clay tobacco pipe stems based on Harrington's histogram of time periods; Binford's linear formula Hanson's for...