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1263
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The Broad Reach archaeological site, located near the small community of Ocean in Carteret County, was once a village site occupied off and on from at least AD400 until sometime after AD1430.
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2035
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One of the most unscrupulous acts of artifact looting in North Carolina took place in the winter of 1983 when the Durham County grave of William Preston Mangum, a Confederate officer killed at First Manassas in 1861, was robbed.
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35198
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This article chronicled Stanley South’s excavation at Oak Island in 1960, with comparisons made between South’s excavation and others done in Northeastern NC (notably by Haag, Phelps, Loftfield, and Hargrove). These comparisons collectively chronicled the differences in ceramics, pottery, and stone weaponry for excavations sites such as Oak Island, White Island, and Hamp’s Landings. From this, Mathis surmised that the established Oak Island nomenclature system be substituted by the newly defined Hamp’s Landing series.
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