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SHORT-TERM FELLOWSHIPS AND TRAVEL GRANTS FOR THE DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARCHIVE OF COMPARATIVE SLAVERY The Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which owns and operates Thomas Jefferson’s historic home at Monticello, is pleased to announce a program of short-term residential fellowships and travel grants at its International Center for Jefferson Studies open to all scholars working on Jefferson projects.  … Read more »

Data from the Pope and Navair sites now launched.

We are pleased to announce that artifactual, contextual, and spatial data from the Pope site in Virginia and the Navair site in Maryland are now available through the DAACS website. The Pope Site, from the Holladay/Ridley Tract in southern Virginia, was excavated by Theodore Reinhart and students from the College of William and Mary in… Read more »

Data from four Nevis and one St. Kitts slave villages now available!

We are pleased to announce that artifactual, contextual, and spatial data from the Jessups and New River Estates on Nevis and The Spring Estate on St. Kitts are now available through DAACS.   Data were generated from shovel-test-pit surveys of the Jessups I and Jessups II villages and New River I and New River II villages… Read more »

Fairfield Quarter and Elizabeth Hemings sites are launched!

We are pleased to announce that artifactual, contextual, and spatial data from the Fairfield Quarter site and the Elizabeth Hemings site are now available. The Fairfield Quarter site is located in Gloucester County Virginia and was excavated by David Brown and Thane Harpole from the Fairfield Foundation. The Elizabeth Hemings site is located at Monticello,… Read more »