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1970 Fall Symposium Field Trip Photo Survey, 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

1970 Fall Symposium Field Trip Photo Survey

Northeast Historical Archaeology

A photo survey of the 1970 fall symposium field trip to Ringwood Manor and Long Pond Ironworks.


Megalithic Mystery Hill, Robert E. Stone 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Megalithic Mystery Hill, Robert E. Stone

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Colonial Crown Point And Its Artifacts, Frank J. Kravic 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Colonial Crown Point And Its Artifacts, Frank J. Kravic

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


The Joys Of Urban Archaeology, Dick Ping Hsu 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Joys Of Urban Archaeology, Dick Ping Hsu

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


The Manufacture Of Dutch Clay Tobacco-Pipes, Iain C. Walker 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Manufacture Of Dutch Clay Tobacco-Pipes, Iain C. Walker

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Editor's Message, 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Editor's Message

Northeast Historical Archaeology

Editor's introduction to the volume.


Out Cold: A Case Study Of Human Skeletal Remains Demonstrating The Importance Of Site Context, Melissa Kidd, Audrey Rogers, Nicole Inghilterra, Beki Jumonville, Samantha H. Blatt 2014 College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Boise State University

Out Cold: A Case Study Of Human Skeletal Remains Demonstrating The Importance Of Site Context, Melissa Kidd, Audrey Rogers, Nicole Inghilterra, Beki Jumonville, Samantha H. Blatt

College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs Presentations

When excavating human remains, the context of the site can be just as important in understanding the cause of death as the skeletal materials themselves. This research examines the implications of bioarchaeology and forensic contexts in the following case study. A site excavated in the 1980s presented a skeletonized individual with a rifle leaning against a tree. Later identified, this individual was a missing person who disappeared in the winter in the 1920’s. Due to the presence of the rifle, the location of the individual under the tree, and the missing cranium, the manner of death was initially assumed ...


Notes On Historical Archaeology, Iain C. Walker 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Notes On Historical Archaeology, Iain C. Walker

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Artillery Implements And Carriage Hardware: Fort Plain, New York, Wayne Lenig 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Artillery Implements And Carriage Hardware: Fort Plain, New York, Wayne Lenig

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Gunflints: Fort Michilimackinac, Lyle M. Stone 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Gunflints: Fort Michilimackinac, Lyle M. Stone

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Fort Nonsense, Edward S. Rutsch, Sally Skinner 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Fort Nonsense, Edward S. Rutsch, Sally Skinner

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Fort Stanwix, Dick Ping Hsu 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Fort Stanwix, Dick Ping Hsu

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Fort Bull, Gilbert Hagerty 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Fort Bull, Gilbert Hagerty

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


The Forts Of Oswego, Wallace F. Workmaster 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Forts Of Oswego, Wallace F. Workmaster

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


The Marquis De Vauban, Lee H. Hanson Jr. 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Marquis De Vauban, Lee H. Hanson Jr.

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


Editor's Message, 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Editor's Message

Northeast Historical Archaeology

The editor's introduction to the volume.


Reconstructing The Dietary Signal Of The Primate Taxon Cercopithecoides Williamsi From The Plio-Pleistocene Caves Of South Africa, William Anderson 2014 Georgia State University

Reconstructing The Dietary Signal Of The Primate Taxon Cercopithecoides Williamsi From The Plio-Pleistocene Caves Of South Africa, William Anderson

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


The Phoenix Project: Archaeological Evidence From Decatur’S Courthouse Well (9da90), Jessica Moss, Kevin James Mooney 2014 GSU Undergraduate Student

The Phoenix Project: Archaeological Evidence From Decatur’S Courthouse Well (9da90), Jessica Moss, Kevin James Mooney

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


The Status Of Iron Artifacts In American Museums And Some Means Of Preserving Them, Robert A. Howard 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Status Of Iron Artifacts In American Museums And Some Means Of Preserving Them, Robert A. Howard

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


The Delmarva Bog Iron Industry, Edward F. Heite 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Delmarva Bog Iron Industry, Edward F. Heite

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract is available at this time.


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