The Sauthier Maps and the Formal Gardens at Tryon Palace: Myth of Reality?

Ewen, Charles; Samford, Patricia M.; Mathewes, Perry
July 2002
North Carolina Historical Review;Jul2002, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p327
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Tyron Palace Historic Sites and Gardens, a state-owned educational facility that interpreters North Carolina's history and culture from the time of initial European contact through the nineteenth century. Role of historical archaeology in the excavations at Tyron Palace; Details of the first application of Sauthier maps to archaeology in North Carolina.


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