Expose[s] the existence of a parallel local economy alongside the plantation export economy. . . . [and] shows how historical archaeologists must deal with incomplete records and inadequate documentation.
Encapsulates the lived experiences of enslaved Africans through a postcolonial and landscape perspective, illuminating new directions for future research of previously overlooked and understudied archaeological assemblages.
--Anthropology Book Forum
This collection provides a solid contribution towards archaeologically exploring the diversity of the historic Caribbean. . . . Marks an important move toward a better understanding of the complexities of Caribbean historical archaeology.
--Cambridge Archaeological Journal