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Klingelhofer, Eric. "Aspects of Early African-American Material Culture: Artifacts from the Slave Quarters at Garrison Plantation, Maryland." Historical Archaeology 21 (1987): 112-19.
Annotation / Notes: The author examines the objects excavated from the slave quarters at Garrison Plantation near Baltimore, Maryland. Various groups of objects represented early black material culture which reveal aspects of Africanisms. Archaeology is particularly useful for the study of Africanisms found in material culture as patterns of found objects may be compared chronologically and geographically.
Saraceni, Jessica E. "Secret Religion of Slaves." Archaeology 49 (November/December 1996): 21.
Starke, Barbara. "A Mini View of the Microenvironment of Slaves and Freed Blacks Living in the Virginia and Maryland Areas from the 17th through the 19th Centuries." Negro History Bulletin 41 (September-October, 1978): 878-80.
Starke, Barbara. "The Mystery of Historic St. Mary's City." Southern Living 25 (August 1990): 18-19.
Pogue, Dennis J. King's Reach and 17th-Century Plantation Life. Annapolis, MD: Maryland Historical and Cultural Publications, 1990.
Annotation / Notes: A discussion of the archeological digs at King's Reach and what the findings tell of life at the time, focussing on what can be learned of the plantation's physical layout.
Thomas, Joseph B., Jr., and Anthony D. Lindauer. "Seeking Herrington: Settlement in a Very Early Maryland Town." Maryland Archeology 34 (September 1998): 11-17.
Annotation / Notes: Herrington, in southern Anne Arundel, was one of many very small towns in Maryland during the Colonial period. These towns generally had no municipal government. To research such communities scholars must rely on governmental records documenting landowners and residents. After Herrington's demise, shortly after 1700, the area remained predominantly agricultural. This resulted in its location remaining largely intact. Thus, it is a promising archeological site for research.
Kent, Bretton W. Making Dead Oysters Talk. 1988; rev. ed. Crownsville, MD: Maryland Historical Trust, Historic St. Mary's City Commission and Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, 1992.
Annotation / Notes: Kent's analyses of oysters from archaeological sites, tell a cautionary tale of overharvest which went unheeded for three centuries.
Gibb, James G., and Julia A. King. "Gender, Activity Areas, and Homelots in the 17th-Century Chesapeake Region." Historical Archaeology 25 (1991): 109-131.
Annotation / Notes: Using archaeological records and spatial analysis from three Southern Maryland tobacco plantation sites, the authors provide an ethnographic look at life for seventeenth-century Maryland colonists in terms of gender and class roles. The article provides a brief overview of the economics of the Chesapeake region, the structure of living arrangements, and the gendered nature of tasks. The evidence suggests how gendered and class-based activities contributed to both household production and accrued wealth. The authors conclude that comparisons between the three sites provide the basis for understanding how household wealth was a direct corollary of the ability to secure a large work force and to develop a high degree of specialization.
Beaudry, Mary C. et al. "A Vessel Typology for Early Chesapeake Ceramics: the Potomac Typological System." Historical Archaeology 17 (1983): 18-43.
Cox, C. Jane, Dennis Kavadias, and Al Luckenbach. "Skipworth's Addition (1664-1682): Limited Testing at a 17th Century Quaker Homelot, Anne Arundel County, Maryland." Maryland Archeology 36 (March 2000): 1-10.
Gibb, James G. The Archaeology of Wealth: Consumer Behavior in English America. New York: Plenum, 1996.
King, Julie. "Early 17th Century Mission Found?" ASM Ink 26 (November 2000): [7].
Callage, Rosemarie, John Kille, and Al Luckenbach. "An Analysis of 17th Century Clay Tobacco Pipes from the Chaney's Hills Site (18AN1084)." Maryland Archeology 35 (September 1999): 27-33.
Riordan, Timothy B. "The 17th-century Cemetery at St. Mary's City: Mortuary Practices in the Early Chesapeake." Historical Archaeology 31 (1997): 28-40.
McNamara, Joseph M. "Submerged Terrestrial Sites and the Application of Clam Dredges in the Search for William Claiborne's 17-th Century Settlement in the Upper Chesapeake." Broadwater, John D., ed. Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference. Richmond, VA: Society for Historical Archaeology, 1991, pp. 10-14.
Pohuski, Michael. "The Underwater Search for William Claiborne's 17th-Century Settlement in the Upper Chesapeake." Broadwater, John D., ed. Underwtaer Archaeology Procdeings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference. Richmond, VA: Society for Historical Archaeology, 1991, pp. 6-9.
Luckenbach, Al, and David Gadsby. "Native American Stone Celts from Colonial Contexts in the 17th Century Settlement of Providence, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 40 (September 2004): 1-7.
Monroe, J. Cameron, and Seth Mallios. "A Seventeenth-Century Colonial Cottage Industry: New Evidence and a Dating Formula for Colono Tobacco Pipes in theChesapeake." Historical Archeology, 38 (no. 2, 2004): 68-82.
Scharfenberger, Gerard P. "Recent Evidence for Broad Window Glass in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century America." Historical Archeology, 38 (no. 4, 2004): 59-72.
Creveling, Donald. "A Window into Maryland's 17th Century." Passport to the Past, 4 (April/May/June 1993): 9-11.
Papier, Deborah. "Archaeologists Unearth 17th-Century Lead Coffins." Historic Preservation News, 33 (January 1993): 13, 15.
Gibb, James G. "English Trade Tokens from a 17th Century Colonial Site in Southern Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 29 (March-September 1993): 55-60.
Gibb, James George. 'Dwell here, live plentifully, and be rich': Consumer Behavior and the Interpretation of 17th Century Archaeological Assemblages from the Chesapeake Bay Region. Ph.D. diss., State University of New York, Binghamton, 1994.
Luckenbach, Al, and James G. Gibb. "Dated Window Leads from Colonial Sites in Anne Arundel County, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 30 (September 1994): 23-28.
Shackel, Paul A. Personal Discipline and Material Culture: An Archaeology of Annapolis, Maryland, 1695-1870. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1993.