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Archeology at Snee Farm
Extensive archeological investigations at the park over the years ultimately led to the discovery of Pinckney's house at the site.
Pinckney Wine Bottle Seal
This wine bottle seal was found during archeological excavations. From Charles' parent's era, it bears the name "Pinckney" and the year "1766."
This demitasse spoon bears the initial "P" over "C F" for Pinckey's parents Charles and Frances.
These fireplace tiles offer a glimpse into the elegence of the main house at even the smallest of Pinckney's plantations.
This 1826 penny was found at the top of the Pinckney-era well, suggesting that the well was filled sometime after 1826. The well was found to have been filled with the debris from the razing of Pinckney's farmhouse around 1828.
The Pinckney Well
The Pinckney era well was excavated in 1995. It had been filled around 1828 with the debris from razing the Pinckney farmhouse.
Fragments of English tableware were found among other types of ceramics during the excavations at Charles Pinckney National Historic Site.