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As university campuses grow, they often endanger archaeological value, both on campus and in bordering areas. To prevent this, a university needs a preservation plan that manages sites of historical significance for the benefit of the university and surrounding communities.
Archaeological excavations have been taking place at Tryon Palace in New Bern for nearly fifty years, but there is still more to examine, including building foundations and numerous artifacts.
The authors talks about archaeologists finding evidence of what kinds of food that Indians had.
This article examines the biography of explorer and naturalist John Lawson during his exploration of North Carolina and his role in establishing Bath. It also looks at Lawson's business activities, home, family activities, and death during the Tuscarora War.