The Archaeology of Morley Jeffers Williams and the Restoration of Historic Landscapes at Stratford Hall, Mount Vernon, and Tryon Palace

Beaman Jr., Thomas E.
July 2002
North Carolina Historical Review;Jul2002, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p347
Academic Journal
Focuses on the life and professional career of landscape architect Morley Jeffers Williams. Overview of the three important case studies of William's use of archaeology; Information on the modern archaeological investigations of landscapes; Importance of historical archaeology in a society.


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