The Legal Choice in a Cultural Landscape: An Explanatory model of the Roanoke River, North Carolina
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Within the Roanoke region of North Carolina, the Roanoke River has served as a natural route for trade and settlement. The river was at the core of economic activity. Human activity has created a rich historical and archaeological record. The author studies anthropological trends regarding human behavior, economics, and archaeological signature of the Roanoke in pursuit of themes of legitimation, risk, industrial locational convenience, and legal and illicit forms of commerce.