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 A model for 21st-century urban historical archaeology. . . . Highly recommended. Choice

 The authors succeed admirably in marshaling an immense body of research, conducted by themselves and many others over the course of decades, into an accessible and fascinating book. -- Journal of Southern History

 A very good summary of historical archaeology in the city up to A.D. 1900. . . . Most fascinating is how the book documents how collaboration among professional archaeologists, the Charleston Museum, the city, nonprofits, and private owners, created a long-term, successful urban archaeology and historic preservation program that has been a major factor in Charleston’s renaissance in the late twentieth century. -- Anthropology Book Forum


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