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Sherry Boyette

Graduate Student

M.A. in Anthropology

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Bio

Currently work for the North Carolina Office State Archaeology Research Center as an Archaeology Technician.

Publications

Journal Article

2017 Blewitt-Golsch, Rosemarie, and Boyette, Sherry. 2017. “Partners in Preservation: Archaeology and Outreach at the Ailey Young House in Wake Forest.” North Carolina Archaeology, Volume 66: 138-150. Newsletter

2020 Boyette, Sherry. 2021. “Clay Tobacco Pipes of Charles Town (31BW133)”. North Carolina Archaeological Society Newsletter, Fall 2020, Volume 30, Number 3.

2018 Boyette, Sherry. 2018. “Unexpected Developments: Untangling the Complex History of Eagle Tavern and Lot 55”. North Carolina Archaeological Society Newsletter, Spring 2018, Volume 28, Number 2.

Presentations

2021 Sherry Boyette, Southeastern Archaeology Conference in Durham, NC on October 26th, “Clay Tobacco Pipes of Charles Towne”

2019 Sherry Boyette, North Carolina Preservation Consortium in Raleigh, NC on November 15th, “Luck was on our Side: Disaster Perspectives from a Curation Facility.”

2018 Sherry Boyette, Southeastern Conference on Historic Sites Archaeology in Charleston, SC on August 9th-11th, Unexpected Developments: Untangling the Web of Eagle Tavern (31HX1*55*2).”

2017 Sherry Boyette, Wake Forest Historic Preservation Commission Archaeology Workshop in Wake Forest, NC on February 13th, “The Ailey Young House.”

2017 Sherry Boyette, North Carolina Office of State Archaeology Lecture Series in Raleigh, NC on June 13th, “Rediscovering the Ailey Young House: Continuing the Legacy of the Young Family of Wake Forest.”

2017 Rosie Blewitt-Golsch and Sherry Boyette, Southeastern Conference on Historic Sites Archaeology in Spencer, NC on September 13th-15th, “Finding A Gibson Girl at the Ailey Young House.”

2017 Sherry Boyette, North Carolina Office of State Archaeology Student and Intern Symposium in Raleigh, NC on October 14th, “Unexpected Developments: Untangling the Web of Eagle Tavern (31HX1*55*2).”

2016 Sherry Boyette and Devon Borgardt, North Carolina Office of State Archaeology Student and Intern Symposium in Raleigh, NC on October 20th, “From Plantation House to Tenant Farmer: An Analysis of Artifacts from the Sally-Billy House Lot (31HX125**).”

Education

B.A. History Coastal Carolina University 2013

Area(s) of Expertise

My area of focus is in historical archaeology and historical ceramics.

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