Item #183088 Historical archaeology of the Delaware Valley, 1600-1850. Richard Veit, David Gerald Orr.
Historical archaeology of the Delaware Valley, 1600-1850
Historical archaeology of the Delaware Valley, 1600-1850

Historical archaeology of the Delaware Valley, 1600-1850

Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 2014. Hardcover. Black cloth boards with silver lettering. Light green dj with illustrations. 441 pages: illustrations, photographs, tables. VG. Item #183088
ISBN: 9781572339972

Contents:Introduction / Richard Veit and David Orr -- American Indian archaeology of the historic period in the Delaware Valley / R. Michael Stewart -- Charles Conrad Abbott's archaeological investigations at a seventeenth-century house on Burlington Island, New Jersey / Carolyn Dillian, Charles Bello, Richard Veit, and Sean McHugh -- Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania: working toward the preservation of a significant historical landscape / Joseph R. Blondino -- Unearthing Wistarburgh: America's first successful glasshouse / Damon Tvaryanas and William B. Liebeknecht -- Transculturation and ethnogenesis: material culture from an eighteenth-century Pennsylvania German farmstead/distillery / Patricia Gibble -- The archaeology of food in colonial Pennsylvania: historical zooarchaeological exploration of foodways on the Stenton Plantation / Teagan Schweitzer -- The Roosevelt Inlet shipwreck, an eighteenth-century British commercial vessel in the lower Delaware Bay: a framework for interpretation / Daniel Griffith -- The archaeology of quakerism in Philadelphia and beyond: identity, conformity, and context / John M. Chenoweth -- The baker and the quaker: ongoing research from the National Constitution Center Site / William Hoffman and Deborah Miller -- Rediscovering Franklin: the archaeology of Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia / Patrice Jeppson -- The early poor in Philadelphia: a preliminary report on the Philadelphia City Almshouse privy excavation / Mara Kaktins and Sharon Allitt -- The root of the matter: searching for William Hamilton's greenhouse at the Woodlands Estate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Sarah Chesney -- "He will be a bourgeois American and spend his fortune in making gardens": an archaeological examination of Joseph Bonaparte's Point Breeze Estate / Richard Veit and Michael Gall -- Historical archaeology in Trenton: a thirty-year retrospective / Richard W. Hunter and Ian Burrow -- It takes a village: archaeology and identity at Timbuctoo / Christopher P. Barton.

OCLC: 882252410

Price: $50.00

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