Table of contents for Down and dirty : archaeology of the South Carolina Lowcountry / M. Patrick Hendrix.

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1: Charleston's First Inhabitants: Native American Occupation on the South Carolina Coast and the Arrival 
of the Europeans
2: The Beginning of Something Grand: Archaeological Investigations at Albemarle Point and the 
Charleston Peninsula
3: The Charleston Frontier and the African Potters of Christ Church Parish: Life at Thomas Lynch's Wando 
River Plantation
4. Baptist Enclaves: Archaeology at Schieveling Plantation
5. The Decline of the Ashley River Estates: Reconstructing the Planter's House at Spring Farm Plantation
6. The Confederacy's Secret Weapon: The Raising and Excavation of the H.L. Hunley
7. Morris Island: How the Land Shaped History and History Shaped the Land

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Charleston Region (S.C.) -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- South Carolina -- Charleston Region.
Charleston Region (S.C.) -- History.
Charleston Region (S.C.) -- Social life and customs.
Plantation life -- South Carolina -- Charleston Region -- History.