Brunswick Town Colonoware: A Look at Form and Function
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
This paper discusses the history of Brunswick Town through an archaeological study of Brunswick Colonoware as it applies to African-American life. By looking at the artifactual record from the original excavations of the town, I was able to determine that African-Americans were visible within the center of town, and most likely performing kitchen duties related to cooking and serving food in two primary locations. The first location is at the manor house of Judge Maurice Moore, and the second is at the Public House, which may have served as an inn and tavern. As a ceramic, Brunswick Colonoware appears to have been for rustic use.
Levy, JanetMay, Alan
Thesis (M.A.)--University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2016.
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