Excavating Occaneechi Town: Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Village in North Carolina is designed for three different audiences:
Scholars who need a complete record of archaeological
findings from the Fredricks site (the name archaeologists use for the
site of Occaneechi Town).
Interested laypersons who wish to delve
into the archaeology of the historic Occaneechi tribe.
Students who want to learn more about how archaeologists excavate. It
is organized hierarchically by chapters, articles, and pages.
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The authors of Excavating Occaneechi Town (Web edition) recognize that, while all the information recovered in an archaeological excavation has scientific importance, it may be inappropriate to display or view some of that information, such as photographs of human bones, in a public or instructional context. Therefore, we have provided two versions of this edition. The Professional Version provides access to all of the information about the site; the Instructional Version provides access to all of the information except for photographs of human burials.