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Historical archeology

The study of the cultural remains of literate societies, as distinct from prehistoric archeology. American historical archeology deals with excavated material as well as above-ground resources, such as buildings, pottery, weapons, tools, glassware, cutlery and textiles.
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14) Building on the findings of this review project, Voss and Stanford PhD student Bryn Williams organized an international conference symposium at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, drawing archaeologists studying overseas Chinese communities throughout North America, the Pacific Islands, Australia, and New Zealand.
He currently serves as the Director of the Center for Historical Archaeology in Melbourne Beach, Florida.
This project explores Anglo-Indigenous interactions in colonial New England via historical archaeology.
Historical archaeology in Africa: representation, social memory, and oral traditions.
Stephen Driscoll, Professor of historical archaeology at Glasgow University, said: "The Govan Stones gives us clues towards the complex and evolving society that existed.
Across the North Sea; later historical archaeology in Britain and Denmark, c.
As a branch of historical archaeology, the conflict archaeology of nineteenth-century America depends upon historical sources to identify events and places for investigation, but those sources themselves can be subject to interpretation and revision.
Rebecca Yamin, "Lurid Tales and Homely Stories of New York's Notorious Five Points", Historical Archaeology, 32, no.
Jamieson, Domestic Architecture and Power: The Historical Archaeology of Colonial Ecuador (New York, 2000), p.
Layton's book lies in the domain of historical archaeology.
Miller, GL & Sullivan, C 1984, 'Machine-made glass containers and the end of production for mouth blown bottles', Historical Archaeology 18:83-95.
By criticizing stereotype's influential role in past analyses, my intent is to condemn neither historical archaeology nor its undeniably significant contributions, and to these questions, I offer no one answer.

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