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Fort Loudon in Tennessee: 1756-1760:
History, Archaeology, Replication, Exhibits, & Interpretation
Author Carl Kuttruff
ISBN 978-1-935186-11-3
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description
8.5" x 11" hardcover; 816 pages with 2 foldouts 16.5" x 11"; 222 illustrations (24 in color); 157 tables
Availability
November 2010
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Alexander Archæological Consultants, Inc.
Post Office Box 62
Wildwood, Georgia 30757
www.alexanderconsultants.net
Report of the Tennessee Wars Commission and Tennessee Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 17. Library of Congress Control Number: 2009910668.
Contributions by
Beverly E. Bastian
Jenna Tedrick Kuttruff
Stuart O. Stumpf.

Artifact illustrations by
Carlyle McCulloch Urello.

Artifact photographs by Carl Kuttruff.

Line drawings by Karen McLean Johnson and Charles P. Stripling.

Cover photograph by Carl Kuttruff.

Field and laboratory work, and partial manuscript done under Tennessee Valley Authority Contract TV-42481A to the Tennessee Division of Archaeology.

Report edited and produced by
Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.With a grant from the State of Tennessee Wars Commission. May 2007.
  • Detailed archaeological report.
  • An overall summary of the history and occupation of Fort Loudoun, from the time of its inception in the 1740s, through its abandonment, and into the early part of the twentieth century.
  • Fort Loudoun is located in East Tennessee, on the south side of the Little Tennessee River about four miles east of Vonore, Tennessee.The Cherokee Village of Tuskegee was situated to the south of Fort Loudoun.
  • Interpretaion today focuses on: (a) why was Fort Loudoun built and what was happening in eighteenth century North America to require an English fort in this location; (b) what was the Cherokee-British relationship and what were the main political and economic factors in that relationship; (c) what was garrison life like and what was it like to have lived at Fort Loudoun; and (d) what was the einvironment of the Little Tennesse River valley and what changes have taken place since then.
   
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