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- DescriptionThomas Jefferson once called his plantation Poplar Forest, the most valuable of my possessions. For Jefferson, Poplar Forest was a private retreat for him to escape the hoards of visitors and everyday pressures of his iconic estate, Monticello. Jefferson s Poplar Forest uses the kwledge gained from long-term and interdisciplinary research to explore the experiences of a wide range of people who lived and worked there between the American Revolution and the Civil War. Multiple archaeological digs reveal details about the lives of Jefferson, subsequent owners and their families, and the slaves (and descendants) who laboured and toiled at the site. From the plantation house to the weeds in the garden, Barbara Heath, Jack Gary, and numerous contributors examine the landscapes of the property, investigating the relationships between the people, objects, and places of Poplar Forest. As the first book-length study of the archaeology of a president s estate, Jefferson's Poplar Forest offers a compelling and uniquely specific look into the lives of those who called Poplar Forest home.
- Author BiographyBarbara J. Heath is assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Tennessee, USA and author of Hidden Lives: The Archaeology of Slave Life at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest,. Jack Gary is director of archaeology and landscapes at Poplar Forest.
- PublisherUniversity Press of Florida
- Date of Publication30/12/2015
- SubjectRegional History
- Place of PublicationFlorida
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintUniversity Press of Florida
- Content Note40 black & white illustrations, 8 maps, 13 tables
- Weight399 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Edited byBarbara J. Heath,Jack Gary
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