Stories Untold: Slave Life in South Carolina
Presented by L. M. Drucker.
From the late 1600s to 1865, the Palmetto State was built on the backs of it most numerous inhabitants. African slaves and their descendants shaped, and were shaped by, the physical and social landscapes of early South Carolina. Their diverse cultural systems have been studied from several perspectives, based on historical, archaeological, and other material evidence. This workshop explores some of the major themes and lines of evidence derived from archaeology and narrative history.