Frenchmen and Africans in South Carolina: Cultural Interaction on the Eighteenth-Century Frontier. Schalasko, E. In Joseph, J. W and Zierden, M., editors, Another's Country: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on Cultural Interactions in the Southern Colonies, pages 133–144. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, 2002.
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@incollection{schalasko_frenchmen_2002,
	address = {Tuscaloosa},
	title = {Frenchmen and {Africans} in {South} {Carolina}: {Cultural} {Interaction} on the {Eighteenth}-{Century} {Frontier}},
	booktitle = {Another's {Country}: {Archaeological} and {Historical} {Perspectives} on {Cultural} {Interactions} in the {Southern} {Colonies}},
	publisher = {University of Alabama Press},
	author = {Schalasko, Ellen},
	editor = {Joseph, Joe W and Zierden, Martha},
	year = {2002},
	keywords = {African American, African diaspora, French, South Carolina, culture, frontier, historical archaeology, interaction},
	pages = {133--144}
}
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