Virtual Lunch and Learn: "Applying Digital Image Analysis on Lowcountry Colonoware"
"Applying Digital Image Analysis on Lowcountry Colonoware," presented by Jon Bernard Marcoux, Clemson/College of Charleston Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, and Corey A.H. Sattes, Drayton Hall Preservation Trust Colonoware, a locally made pottery found at colonial and post-colonial sites in America and the Caribbean, has been important to our understanding of the daily lives of those making and using this ware: enslaved Africans, their descendants, and free and enslaved Native Americans. Building on past archaeological research, documenting the diversity in recovered colonoware, archaeologists Jon Marcoux and Corey Sattes discuss new methods for studying colonoware and the intentional choices made by potters when making these vessels. To register, send your email to email@example.com and the Native American Studies Center will respond with the meeting ID and password required to join the program.
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