Queen Anne Square, Newport, Rhode Island, is a northeastern coastal site. This report presents the results of the analysis of faunal remains from three features representing different 18th-century households. The data show a heavy dependence on domestic animals. All three features contain over 90% domestic animals by biomass. The site closely resembles southeastern sites in percentages of cow and pig MNI. It also resembles other northeastern sites, however, in its high percentage of caprine MNI. This is probably indicative of an intermediate dietary pattern. There are also differences among the features; these can be attributed either to the economic status of the site's occupants or to Newport's economic deterioration after the Revolutionary War.
Young, Timothy S.
"Analysis of Faunal Remains from Queen Anne Square, Newport, Rhode Island,"
Northeast Historical Archaeology:
16, Article 5.
https://doi.org/10.22191/neha/vol16/iss1/5 Available at: https://orb.binghamton.edu/neha/vol16/iss1/5