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Hammett uses historical and archaeological reconstructions of the environment to aid in understanding how human groups in the southeastern United States, including North Carolina, used their landscape from aboriginal inhabitants to European contact.
This Native American mound, in existence since 800AD, currently serves as the sole state historic site dedicated to the heritage of North Carolina’s first natives. With formal excavations starting in the late 1930s, the village also contains one of the longest studied archaeological sites in the United States.