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Archives and Analysis
of Plymouth Colony, 1620-1691


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Glossary and Notes on Plymouth Colony

Excerpts from The Times of Their Lives: Life, Love & Death in Plymouth Colony

Reviews of The Times of Their Lives

Research and Seminar Papers

Topical Articles

Court Records, Laws & 17th Century Texts

Architectural Forms in Plymouth Colony

Maps & Landscape of Plymouth Colony

Material Culture of the Plymouth Colony

Learn about our Archaeological Excavations

Biographies of Selected Persons

Probate Inventories of Selected Personal Estates

Wills of Selected Persons

New Additions to the Archive

Albert Addison's Romantic Story of the Mayflower Pilgrims, 1911

Additional Resource Links


Tribute Articles on Prof. James Deetz


Memorial Article by Marley Brown, III (2004)

Curriculum Vitae & Personal History (2004)

A Summary of Jim's Work & Publications (2004)

Kathryn Crabtree & Eugene Prince's Markers Article (2002)

Mary Beaudry's Antiquity Article (2001)

Merrick Posnansky's Commemoration (2001)

Tribute by Alison Bell & Coy Barefoot (2000)

Adrian Praetzellis' Remembrance (2000)

Forbes Award Tribute by John Michael Vlach (2000)

"Remembering Jim," an Article by Coy Barefoot (2000)

"Chronicler of America's Colonial Past" (N.Y. Times) (2000)

J.C. Harrington Medal Tribute by Marley Brown, III (1997)

Excavating at Flowerdew Hundred (1984)

At Work in Paradise Valley (1979)

Regional Studies of
Mortuary Customs in New England


Death's Head, Cherub, Urn and Willow (1967)

Cultural Dimensions of Ethnicity in the Archaeological Record (1995)

Parting Ways (1996)





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