|Call#||E11 .S625 v. 38(2) 2004|
Soft covered journal "Historical Archaeology" Vol. 38, No. 2, 2004; Journal of the Society for Historic Archaeology. Includes:
"An East Indian Laborers' Household in Nineteenth-Century Jamaica: A Case for Understanding Cultural Diversity through Space, Chronology, and Material Analysis", by Douglas Armstrong and Mark W. Hauser
"Rituals Captured in Context and Time: Charm Use in North Dallas Freedman's Town (1869-1907), Dallas Texas", by James M. Davidson
"Moved Buildings: A Hidden Factor in the Archaeology of the Built Environment", by Charles H. Faulkner
"A Seventeenth-Century Colonial Cottage Industry: New Evidence and a Dating Formula for Colono Tobacco Pipes in the Chesapeake", by J. Cameron Monroe and Seth Mallios
"Writing for Many: Interdisciplinary Communication, Constructionism, and the Practices of Writing", by Ann Stahl, Rob Mann, and Diana DiPaolo Loren
|Author||Michael, Ronald L., ed.|
10" x 7" x 7/16"
includes illustrations; 160 pp.
|LCNO||E11 .S625 v. 38(2) 2004|
|Published Place||Tucson, Arizona|
|Publisher||The Society for Historic Archaeology|