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Excavating Occaneechi Town

Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Village in North Carolina

Edited by R. P. Stephen Davis Jr., Patrick C. Livingood, H. Trawick Ward, and Vincas P. Steponaitis

Copyright © 1998 by the University of North Carolina Press. All rights reserved. ISBN 0-8078-6503-6 (cd-rom & booklet).


FROM THE CD-ROM / Getting Started


The Basics

The Excavating Occaneechi Town: Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indians Village in North Carolina CD-ROM is designed for three different audiences: (1) scholars who need a complete record of archaeological findings from the Fredricks site (the name archaeologists use for the site of Occaneechi Town); (2) interested laypersons who wish to delve into the archaeology of the historic Occaneechi tribe; and (3) students who want to learn more about how arachaeologists excavate. It is organized hierarchically by chapters, articles, and pages.

To go to a specific chapter, click on its button in the Main Menu. A chapter that has separate articles also will have a series of labeled tabs (one for each article) across the top of the screen. Click on an article's tab to select it. Below the tabs and on the left-hand side of the screen are the title and author(s) of the article. Below that is a list of the sections (called pages) that make up the article. You can navigate through the article by clicking on the page names in this list. If there is no list of page names, then the article has only one page.

If you have further questions about using this electronic book, just click on Help at the top menu bar.


To finish "Getting Started" go next to the Annotated Guide from the CD-ROM.


From Excavating Occaneechi Town, a CD-ROM for Windows / ISBN 0-8078-6503-6 / $45.00 / Published for the Research Laboratories of Archaeology by the University of North Carolina Press

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