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Historical Archaeology Through a Western Lens.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Historical Archaeology of the American WestPublisher: Lincoln : UNP - Nebraska, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (382 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9781496200358
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Historical Archaeology Through a Western LensDDC classification:
  • 978
LOC classification:
  • F590.7.H57 2017
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Historical Archaeology Through a Western Lens -- Part 1. Economics and Economies -- 1. Boomtimes and Boomsurfers: Toward a Material Culture of Western Expansion -- 2. The Archaeology of San Francisco's Gold Rush Waterfront, 1849- 1851: Building a New Model ofthe 19th- Century Pacific Rim Maritime "Frontier -- 3. "Where Ornament and Function Are So Agreeably Combined": A New Look at Consumer Choice Studies Using English Ceramic Wares at Hudson'sBay Company, Fort Vancouver -- 4. Approaching Transient Labor through Archaeology -- Part 2. Archaeologies of Race and Racism -- 5. "Can We Separate the 'Indian' from the'American' in the Historical Archaeology of the American Indian?" -- 6. Rock Hearths and Rural Wood Camps inJı¯nsha¯n/Ga¯m Saan : National Register of Historic Places Evaluations of 19th- CenturyChinese Logging Operations at HeavenlySki Resort in the Lake Tahoe Basin -- 7. Archaeology of the Chinese and Japanese Diasporas in North America and a Framework for Comparing theMaterial Lives of Transnational Migrant Communities -- 8. Digging Yesterday: The Archaeology of Living Memory at Amache -- Part 3. Reassessing the West -- 9. The Cultural Context of Commerce: Historical Anthropology and Historical Silences along the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail -- 10. Our Dangerous Discipline: Doing Historical Archaeology in Utah -- 11. The Mild Wild West: Settling Communities and Settling Households in Turn-of-the-Century Idaho -- Epilogue: Digging Holes in the American West -- Contributors -- Index.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Historical Archaeology Through a Western Lens -- Part 1. Economics and Economies -- 1. Boomtimes and Boomsurfers: Toward a Material Culture of Western Expansion -- 2. The Archaeology of San Francisco's Gold Rush Waterfront, 1849- 1851: Building a New Model ofthe 19th- Century Pacific Rim Maritime "Frontier -- 3. "Where Ornament and Function Are So Agreeably Combined": A New Look at Consumer Choice Studies Using English Ceramic Wares at Hudson'sBay Company, Fort Vancouver -- 4. Approaching Transient Labor through Archaeology -- Part 2. Archaeologies of Race and Racism -- 5. "Can We Separate the 'Indian' from the'American' in the Historical Archaeology of the American Indian?" -- 6. Rock Hearths and Rural Wood Camps inJı¯nsha¯n/Ga¯m Saan : National Register of Historic Places Evaluations of 19th- CenturyChinese Logging Operations at HeavenlySki Resort in the Lake Tahoe Basin -- 7. Archaeology of the Chinese and Japanese Diasporas in North America and a Framework for Comparing theMaterial Lives of Transnational Migrant Communities -- 8. Digging Yesterday: The Archaeology of Living Memory at Amache -- Part 3. Reassessing the West -- 9. The Cultural Context of Commerce: Historical Anthropology and Historical Silences along the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail -- 10. Our Dangerous Discipline: Doing Historical Archaeology in Utah -- 11. The Mild Wild West: Settling Communities and Settling Households in Turn-of-the-Century Idaho -- Epilogue: Digging Holes in the American West -- Contributors -- Index.

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.

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