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Beyond the WallsNew Perspectives on the Archaeology of Historical Households$
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Kevin R. Fogle, James A. Nyman, and Mary C. Beaudry

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780813061559

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813061559.001.0001

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Intimate Landscapes and Ideal Households

Intimate Landscapes and Ideal Households

Nineteenth-Century Proslavery Reforms on a South Carolina Plantation

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Beyond the Walls

Kevin R. Fogle

University Press of Florida

The term intimate landscape is used by photographers to refer to images that capture small portions of broad scenic landscapes while illustrating their interconnectedness. The intimate landscape framework informs a novel archaeological approach for examining discrete landscapes in and around dwelling sites. These household landscapes are dynamic spaces connected to diverse discourses on the individual, local, regional, and global scales. In chapter 6, Fogle studies the impact of a nineteenth-century, proslavery agricultural reform discourse on enslaved households and their associated landscapes at a South Carolina cotton plantation.

Keywords:   intimate landscapes, interconnectedness, proslavery discourse, agricultural reform, nineteenth century, South Carolina, cotton plantation, household landscapes, enslaved households

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