You are hereHome › UWF Historic Trust › Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site › Arcadia Mill Village Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Sams, A. B. (2013). Arcadia Mill Village: Spatial Analysis of a Nineteenth Century Industrial Community. Arcadia Mill Village Details Title Arcadia Mill Village: Spatial Analysis of a Nineteenth Century Industrial Community Contributor(s) Sams, Adrianne Boone (author) Date 2013 Notes A thesis submitted to the Department of Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences The University of West Florida In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts Abstract This thesis investigates the domestic components at Arcadia Mill (1817-1855) using historical and archaeological data to develop a descriptive model of the multiethnic, antebellum community. The archaeological data set results from two investigations from which the author was able to identify four domestic areas on the landscape. The domestic areas are each examined for functional similarities and differences. The author describes the assemblage of each area and then compares the assemblages to explore similarities and differences in material culture, status, and community organization. The examination of domestic material at Arcadia Mill reveals that different segments of the population inhabited the uplands north and south of the industrial complex. This study provides a foundation for future investigations at Arcadia Mill and contributes to the larger framework of antebellum industrial research.