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ISSN -- All Chicora Foundation Research Series carry the International Standard Serial Number 0882-2042.

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Research Series 1, The Archaeology of Sol Legare Island, Charleston County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 47 pages, 4 plates, 5 figures, 5 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 2, Remember Man Thou Art Dust: Coffin Hardware of the Early Twentieth Century, Debi Hacker-Norton and Michael Trinkley, 63 pages, 14 plates, 3 figures, 6 tables.
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Research Series 3, Analysis of Coffin Hardware for 38CH778, Charleston County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker-Norton, 22 pages, 2 plates, 3 figures, 1 table.
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Research Series 4, Current Research in the Historical Archaeology of the Carolinas, edited by Jack Wilson, Jr., 108 pages, 1 plate, 27 figures, 16 tables.  Click here to view

Research Series 5, A Historical and Archaeological Evaluation of the Elfe and Sanders Plantations, Berkeley and Charleston Counties, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 86 pages, 6 plates, 11 figures, 19 tables.  ISBN 1-58317-015-4  Click here to view

Research Series 6, Archaeological Investigations at the Reed Gold Mine Engine Mill House (31CA18**1), Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 98 pages, 12 plates, 10 figures, 7 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 7, Indian and Freedmen Occupation at the Fish Haul Site (38BU805), Beaufort County, South Carolina, edited by Michael Trinkley, 398 pages, 25 plates, 37 figures, 43 tables. OUT OF PRINT Click here to view Preface    Click here to view Intro and Excavations Click here to view Prehistoric  Click here to view Historic  Click here to view Dietary  Click here to view Conclusions & Sources

Research Series 8, An Archaeological Survey of Longpoint Development, Charleston County, South Carolina: Palmetto Grove Plantation, Michael Trinkley, 108 pages, 3 plates, 12 figures, 7 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 9, Archaeological Survey of Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 82 pages, 7 figures, 6 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 10, An Archaeological Reconnaissance of Hobcaw Plantation, Charleston County, S.C., Michael Trinkley, 49 pages, 6 figures, 2 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 11, An Archaeological Study of Willbrook, Oatland, and Turkey Hill Plantations, Waccamaw Neck, Georgetown County, S.C., edited by Michael Trinkley, 203 pages, 3 plates, 23 figures, 35 tables.   Click here to view

Research Series 12, Additional Archaeological Investigations at the Engine Mill House, Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 31CA18**1, Michael Trinkley, 27 pages, 7 plates, 2 figures, 2 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 13, Archaeological Testing of Six Sites on Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 112 pages, 8 plates, 17 figures, 9 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 14, An Archaeological Survey of Wadmacon Island, Georgetown County, South Carolina: Searching for the Elusive Sewee, Michael Trinkley and Jack H. Wilson, Jr., 50 pages, 4 figures, 4 tables.    Click here to view

Research Series 15, Archaeological Investigations at Haig Point, Webb, and Oak Ridge, Daufuskie Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, edited by Michael Trinkley, 283 pages, 30 figures, 12 plates, 40 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 16, An Archaeological Survey of Phase 1 of the Walling Grove Plantation Development, Ladys Island, Beaufort, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 76 pages, 10 figures, 2 tables.  Click here to view

Research Series 17, An Archaeological Survey of the Barker Field Expansion Project, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, edited by Michael Trinkley, 66 pages, 7 figures, 1 plate, 3 tables. Click here to view  [still a few in print - only $5.00 plus s/h]

Research Series 18, An Archaeological Survey of the Phase 1 Spring Island Development, Beaufort County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 74 pages, 7 figures. ISBN 1-58317-020-0   Click here to view   [still a few in print - only $5.00 plus s/h]

Research Series 19, Formulating Ethics and Standards in Archaeology, edited by Patricia A. Cridlebaugh, 77 pages, 2 figures, 4 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 20, The Second Phase of Archaeological Survey on Spring Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina: Investigation of Prehistoric and Historic Settlement Patterns on an Isolated Sea Island, edited by Michael Trinkley, 173 pages, 24 figures, 6 plates, 14 tables.  ISBN 1-58317-021-9  Click here to view. We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 21, Archaeological Excavations at 38BU96, A Portion of Cotton Hope Plantation, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, edited by Michael Trinkley, 165 pages, 18 figures, 8 plates, 30 tables.  ISBN 1-58317-022-7    Click here to view.  We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 22, An Archaeological Context for the South Carolina Woodland Period, Michael Trinkley, 65 pages, 3 tables. Click here to view

Research Series 23, Further Investigation of Prehistoric and Historic Lifeways on Callawassie and Spring Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 251 pages, 34 figures, 11 plates, 31 tables. ISBN 1-58317-023-5  Click here to view

Research Series 24, Preliminary Historical Research on the Baynard Plantation, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 36 pp, 8 figures. Click here to view

Research Series 25, Archaeological Test Excavations at 38CH644, Buck Hall Burial Mount, Francis Marion National Forest, Charleston County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, 61 pages, 7 figures, 3 figures, 1 table.  ISBN 1-58317-025-1    Click here to view.  We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 26. Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Tea Farm Park, Charleston County, South Carolina, Natalie Adams and Michael Trinkley, 66 pages, 12 figures, 1 plate, 1 table. Click here to view.

Research Series 27. Archaeological Data Recovery at 38BU833, A St. Catherines and Savannah Shell Midden Site, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, Natalie Adams, and David Lawrence, 56 pages, 6 figures, 3 plates, 5 tables.  ISBN 1-58317- 026-X   Click here to view.

Research Series 28. Archaeological Testing at the Stoney/Baynard Plantation, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina. Natalie Adams and Michael Trinkley. 105 pages, 19 figures, 4 plates, 9 tables. Click here to view.

Research Series 29. Plantation Life in the Piedmont: A Preliminary Examination of Rosemont Plantation, Laurens County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, Natalie Adams, Debi Hacker. 82 pages, 10 figures, 4 plates, 8 tables. Click here to view.

Research Series 30. The History and Archaeology of Kiawah Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, editor. 450 pages, 40 figures, 15 plates, 102 tables. Click here to view.

Research Series 31. Archaeological and Historical Examinations of Three Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Rice Plantations on the Waccamaw Neck. Michael Trinkley, editor. 234 pages, 38 figures, 20 plates, 86 tables. ISBN 1-58317-029-4  Click here to view.

Research Series 32. Landscape and Garden Archaeology at Crowfield Plantation: A Preliminary Examination. Michael Trinkley, Natalie Adams, and Debi Hacker. 73 pages, 9 figures, 2 plates, 4 tables. Click here to view.

Research Series 33. Archaeological, Historical, and Architectural Survey of the Gibson Plantation Tract, Florence County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley and Natalie Adams. 99 pages, 18 figures, 6 plates, 26 tables. Click here to view.

Research Series 34. The Plantation Landscape: Slave and Freedmen at Seabrook Plantation, Hilton Head Island, S.C. Rachel Campo, Michael Trinkley, and Debi Hacker. 208 pages, 54 figures, 60 tables.  ISBN 1-58317-003-0    Click here to view.

Research Series 35. Archaeological Survey of the Seaside Farms Tract, Charleston County, South Carolina. Natalie Adams and Michael Trinkley. 98 pages, 21 figures, 1 plate, 15 tables. Click here to view.

Research Series 36. Life Weaving Golden Thread: Archaeological Investigations at the Sampson Mill Village, Greenville County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, editor. 81 pages, 11 figures, 6 plates, 22 tables. ISBN 1-58317-032-4   Click here to view. We do have 1 copy remaining and it is available for $10, plus shipping.

Research Series 37. Archaeological Investigations at 38GE377: Examinations of a Deep Creek Phase Site and a Portion of the Eighteenth Century Midway Plantation. Natalie Adams. 58 pages, 9 figures, 3 plates, 5 tables. Click here to view. We do have 2 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 38. Archaeological Studies Associated with the Nineteenth Century Owens-Thomas Carriage House, Savannah, Georgia. Michael Trinkley, Natalie Adams, Debi Hacker. 79 pages, 19 figures, 6 plates, 10 tables.  ISBN 1-58317-033-2    Click here to view.

Research Series 39. Life in the Pee Dee: Prehistoric and Historic Research on the Roche Carolina Tract, Florence County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Natalie Adams.  ISBN1-58317-034-0  Click here to view.

Research Series 40.In the Shadow of the Big House: Domestic Slaves at Stoney/Baynard Plantation, Hilton Head Island. Natalie Adams, Michael Trinkley, and Debi Hacker. 12 figures, 13 plates, 40 tables. ISBN 1-58317-035-9  Click here to view.

Research Series 41. Excavations at 38CH173 and 38CH175, Charleston National Golf Course, Charleston County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, editor. 106 pages, 13 figures, 11 plates, 19 tables. ISBN 1-58317-036-7  Click here to view.

Research Series 42.Middle and Late Woodland Life at Old House Creek, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley and Natalie Adams. 141 pages, 40 figures, 7 plates, 24 tables. Click here to view.

Research Series 43. The Property Nobody Wanted: Archaeological and Historical Investigations at Fort Johnson, S.C. Michael Trinkley, Natalie Adams, and Debi Hacker. 145 pages, 44 figures, 18 plates, 13 tables.  Click here to view

Research Series 44. Broom Hall Plantation: "A Pleasant One and in a Good Neighborhood." Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Natalie Adams. 338 pages, 43 figures, 26 b/w plates, 1 color plate, 82 tables. ISBN 1-58317-038-3  Click here to view.

Research Series 45. The Other Side of Charleston: Archaeological Survey of the Saks Fifth Avenue Location, Charleston, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. 195 pages, 56 figures, 20 plates, 34 tables.  ISBN 1-58317-039-1   Click here to view. We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 46. A Heritage Resources Management Plan for Greenville County, South Carolina: Our Gift to the Future. 1995.  Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Natalie Adams. 415 pages, 43 figures, 9 plates, 11 tables.   Click here to view

Research Series 47. Further Investigation of the Stoney/Baynard Main House, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina. 1996. Michael Trinkley. 69 pages, 7 figures, 12 plates, 16 tables. ISBN 1-58317-040-5  Click here to view. We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 48. "With Credit and Honour:" Archaeological Investigations at the Plantation of John Whitesides, A Small Planter of Christ Church Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina. 1996. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker.118 pages, 37 figures, 19 tables. ISBN 1-58317-041-3  Click here to view. We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 49. Preliminary Archaeological and Historical Investigations at Old House Plantation, Jasper County, South Carolina. 1996. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. 138 pages, 27 figures, 35 plates, 5 tables. $35. Click here to view.

Research Series 50. A Conservation Assessment and Preliminary Preservation Plan for Fort Howell, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina. 1996. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and William Barr. 62 pages, 10 figures, 21 plates. ISBN 1-58317-042-1 $20.

Research Series 51. An Investigation of the St. Queuntens Plantation Main House, Beaufort County, South Carolina. 1998. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. 79 pp., 19 figures, 12 tables. ISBN 1-58317-002-2  Click here to view. We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 52. Excavations at a Portion of the Secessionville Archaeological Site (38CH1456), James Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. 1997.   Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. 203 pp., 49 figures, 12 plates, 23 tables. ISBN 1-58317-043-X  Click here to view. We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 53. Rouplemond: An Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Interior St. Helena Parish Plantation, Beaufort County, South Carolina. 1999. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 1-58317-004-9  Click here to view. We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 54. Identification and Mapping of Historic Graves at Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia. 1999. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. 51 pp., 18 figures, 14 plates. ISBN 1-58317-048-0  $20.

Research Series 55. The African American Cemeteries of Petersburg, Virginia: Continuity and Change. 1999. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Sarah Fick. 162 pp., 13 tables, 31 figures, 31 plates. ISBN 1-58317-049-9   Click here to view Part 1    Click here to view Part 2 click here to view the Peoples Cemetery Plan  We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 56. Archaeology at the Western Portion of 38CH1257 and at 38CH1259: A Glimpse of Woodland and Civil War Archaeology on Seabrook Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. 1999. Michael Trinkley. ISBN 1-58317-050-2. Out of print and not yet on-line.

Research Series 57. Archaeology at an Eighteenth Century Slave Settlement in Goose Creek, South Carolina. 2003. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 1-58317-051-0.  Out of print and not yet on-line.

Research Series 58. An Archaeological Examination of Four Family Tombs at Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia. 2000.  Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 1-58317-053-7. Click here to view.

Research Series 59. A Survey of Civil War Fortifications in Charleston, Beaufort, Berkeley, Hampton, and Jasper Counties, South Carolina. 2000. Michael Trinkley and Sarah Fick. ISBN 1-58317-054-5.  Out of print and not yet on-line.

Research Series 60. Archaeological Investigations of Indian and Slave at the Moses Whitesides Plantation, Christ Church Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina. 2001. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 1-58317-055-3. Out of print and not yet on-line.

Research Series 61. Archaeological and Historical Investigations of Jehossee Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. 2002. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Nicole Southerland. ISBN 1-58317-056-1.  Click here to view (very large file, please be patient)

Research Series 62. Liberty Hall: A Small Eighteenth Century Rice Plantation in Goose Creek, Berkeley County, South Carolina. 2003. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Sarah Fick. ISBN 1-58317-057-X. (The conclusions are available here as a pdf) We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 63. Investigation of Jervey Plantation, Christ Church Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina. 2004. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 1-58317-059-6. (The conclusions are available here as a pdf) We  have 1 copy remaining and it is available for $10, plus shipping.

Research Series 64. Investigation of an Eighteenth Century Overseer Site (38CH1278), Christ Church Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Sarah Fick. 2005. ISBN 1-58317-064-2. (The conclusions are available here as a pdf) We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 65. Youghall: Examination of an Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Plantation, Christ Church Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, Nicole Southerland, Sarah Fick, and Julie Poppell. 2006. ISBN 978-1-58317-068-7.  (The conclusions are available here as a pdf) We do have 5 copies remaining and they are available for $10 each, plus shipping.

Research Series 66. Tranquil Hill Plantation: The Most Charming Inland Place. 2007. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker.ISBN 978-1-58317-065-6.  Click here to view

Research Series 67. The Silence of the Dead: Giving Charleston Cemeteries A Voice. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Nicole Southerland. ISBN 978-1-58317-074-8. $55 Only five copies left.

Research Series 68. Data Recovery at 38RD1249, 38RD1260, and 38RD1262: Tenancy in Richland County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, Nicole Southerland, and Julie Poppell. ISBN 978-1-58317-065-6.  (The conclusions are available here as a pdf)

Research Series 69. Data Recovery at 38CH1693, A Small Thom's Creek Site in Charleston County, South Carolina. 2007. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 978-1-58317-067-0.  Click here to view

Research Series 70. Shoolbred's Old Settlement: Excavations at 38CH123, Kiawah Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. 2009. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 978-1-58317-072-4. (The conclusions are available here as a pdf)

Research Series 71. Investigation of a St. Paul's Parish Plantation, Charleston County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 978-1-58317-073-1. Awaiting funding.

Research Series 72. Life Behind Broad Street: Historical And Archaeological Investigations At 85, 87, 89, 91, And 93 Broad Street, City Of Charleston, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker. ISBN 978-1-58317-075-5. In process.

Research Series 73. Son Cemetery: A Bioanthropological Investigation of a Small Lexington County, South Carolina Burial Ground. 2011. Michael Trinkley, Debi Hacker, and Nicole Southerland. ISBN 978-1-58317-076-2.Click here to view We  have 1 copy remaining and it is available for $70, plus shipping.


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