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Geophysical And Soil Chemical Investigations At New Windsor Cantonment, Joseph Sopko 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Geophysical And Soil Chemical Investigations At New Windsor Cantonment, Joseph Sopko

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


Archaeology At New Windsor Cantonment: Construction And Social Reproduction At A Revolutionary War Encampment, Charles L. Fisher 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Archaeology At New Windsor Cantonment: Construction And Social Reproduction At A Revolutionary War Encampment, Charles L. Fisher

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


Archaeological Research At The 1778-79 Winter Cantonment Of The Continental Artillery, Pluckemin, New Jersey, John L. Seidel 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Archaeological Research At The 1778-79 Winter Cantonment Of The Continental Artillery, Pluckemin, New Jersey, John L. Seidel

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


Has Historical Archaeology Survived The Bicentennial?: An Inquiry Into The Development Of Historical Archaeology In The United States, Bert Salwen 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Has Historical Archaeology Survived The Bicentennial?: An Inquiry Into The Development Of Historical Archaeology In The United States, Bert Salwen

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


Introduction To Symposium On Archaeology Of The Revolutionary War Period, Paul R. Huey 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Introduction To Symposium On Archaeology Of The Revolutionary War Period, Paul R. Huey

Northeast Historical Archaeology

A brief history of the Symposium on Archaeology of the Revolutionary War period.


Introduction To Archaeology Of The Revolutionary War Period, Charles L. Fisher 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Introduction To Archaeology Of The Revolutionary War Period, Charles L. Fisher

Northeast Historical Archaeology

An introduction to the volume and to the archaeology of the Revolutionary War Period.


Log Roads To Light Rails: The Evolution Of Main Street And Transportation In Buffalo, New York, Michael A. Cinquino, Marvin G. Keller, Carmine A. Tronolone, Charles E. Vandrei Jr. 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Log Roads To Light Rails: The Evolution Of Main Street And Transportation In Buffalo, New York, Michael A. Cinquino, Marvin G. Keller, Carmine A. Tronolone, Charles E. Vandrei Jr.

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


Ceramics And Socio-Economic Statues Of The Green Family, Windsor, Vermont, Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, Scott D. Heberling 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Ceramics And Socio-Economic Statues Of The Green Family, Windsor, Vermont, Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, Scott D. Heberling

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


After The Loyalists: The Archaeology Of 19th Century Kingston, Heather Nicol, W. Bruce Stewart, I.A. Kerr-Wilson 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

After The Loyalists: The Archaeology Of 19th Century Kingston, Heather Nicol, W. Bruce Stewart, I.A. Kerr-Wilson

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


"Depart From Hence And Keep This Thought In Mind": The Importance Of Comparative Analysis In Gravestone Research, Elizabeth A. Crowell, Norman Vardney Mackie III 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

"Depart From Hence And Keep This Thought In Mind": The Importance Of Comparative Analysis In Gravestone Research, Elizabeth A. Crowell, Norman Vardney Mackie Iii

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


Ode To A Lunch Bowl: The Atlantic Lunch As An Interface Between St. Mary's County, Maryland, And Washington, D.C., George L. Miller 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Ode To A Lunch Bowl: The Atlantic Lunch As An Interface Between St. Mary's County, Maryland, And Washington, D.C., George L. Miller

Northeast Historical Archaeology

No abstract available at this time.


In Memoriam, 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

In Memoriam

Northeast Historical Archaeology

In remembrance of Gilbert W. Hagerty and Iain Walker.


Mess Calls From Signal Hill, Newfoundland, Frances L. Stewart 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Mess Calls From Signal Hill, Newfoundland, Frances L. Stewart

Northeast Historical Archaeology

Test excavations in the summer of 1984 for a resource inventory of Signal Hill National Historic Park, St. John's, Newfoundland, unearthed 1,954 faunal elements from structures built between 1790 and 1945. These were predominantly military buildings, although some were converted to civilian hospitals. Signalmen and their families have lived on the site also. The site, however, was mainly occupied by a British garrison from 1790 to 1870. The faunal remains from the various structures were analyzed as distinct units, and in this article, those from the buildings constructed and used by the British garrison are emphasized. The majority ...


The British Gate Of Fort Beauséjour: An Archaeological Reconstruction, Bruce A. Morton 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The British Gate Of Fort Beauséjour: An Archaeological Reconstruction, Bruce A. Morton

Northeast Historical Archaeology

Fifteen years after its initial excavation, the reanalysis of field notes, the final report, and the artifact collection, in addition to communication with the site's original excavator, has resulted in a detailed reconstruction of the main gate at Fort Beauséjour, New Brunswick, Canada. Interpretations generated by this recent reconsideration contribute significantly to what is at present only a scant body of data concerning North American fort gates of the mid-18th century.


Comparing Museum Collections With Archaeological Collections: An Example Using A Class Of Ceramic Items, Lynne Sussman 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Comparing Museum Collections With Archaeological Collections: An Example Using A Class Of Ceramic Items, Lynne Sussman

Northeast Historical Archaeology

An analysis of decorations and shapes in undertaken to examine the development of industrial slipwares. These materials are then compared with creamwares, pearlwares, and whitewares. The samples are drawn from archaeological, museum, and private collections. The author then offers a consideration of the nature of the differences between the archaeological and the museum collections.


The Structural Evolution Of Fort Frontenac, W. Bruce Stewart 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Structural Evolution Of Fort Frontenac, W. Bruce Stewart

Northeast Historical Archaeology

Fort Frontenac, located at the eastern end of Lake Ontario, in Kingston, Ontario, is among the earliest European sites in the Great Lakes Basin. The post was established in 1673 by Count Frontenac, then Governor of New France, as a means of intercepting furs destined for the Dutch and, later, the English merchants at Albany, New York. As the result of ongoing archaeological and historical research, a comprehensive structural history of the post has been developed. As the archaeological investigations have been restricted to the northwest bastion of the fort, that area will serve as the focus of the present ...


French Occupation Of The Lakes Ontario And Erie Drainage Basins 1650-1760, Donald A. Brown 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

French Occupation Of The Lakes Ontario And Erie Drainage Basins 1650-1760, Donald A. Brown

Northeast Historical Archaeology

Maps dating to the 17th and 18th centuries and written accounts are used to identify a number of contemporary posts en route from Montreal to Detroit/Pontchartrain which otherwise receive little or no mention in the historical record. Archaeological evidence from the undocumented mid-18th-century Floating Bridge site, near Kingston, Ontario, is interpreted as a possible trader's post/Metis habitation occupied following the destruction of Fort Frontenac and prior to the post-1763 British occupation of the area. Evidence is presented for its use by civilians, who selected the site primarily for its environment rather than as a point of intersection ...


Acadian Maine In Archaeological Perspective, Alaric Faulkner, Gretchen Faulkner 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

Acadian Maine In Archaeological Perspective, Alaric Faulkner, Gretchen Faulkner

Northeast Historical Archaeology

Recent excavations at Fort Pentagoet and Saint-Castin's Habitation have shown physical evidence of three separate 17th-century Acadian occupations near the mouth of the Penobscot River in mid-coastal Maine. From 1635 to 1654, Fort Pentagoet defended private commercial interests of Charles d'Aulnay against English enemies and French rivals. From 1670 until its destruction by the Dutch in 1674, the fort served as military headquarters for the administration of all Acadia under governors Grandfontaine and Chambly. During the last quarter of the century, French authority was reestablished with a nearby Indian village at the habitation of Jean Vincent de Saint-Castin ...


A Bibliography Of Northeast Historical Archaeology, David R. Starbuck 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

A Bibliography Of Northeast Historical Archaeology, David R. Starbuck

Northeast Historical Archaeology

A bibliography including books and articles that relate to historical archaeology in the northeastern states and provinces and all articles published in Northeast Historical Archaeology since its creation.


The Council For Northeast Historical Archaeology: The Early Years, Budd Wilson 2014 SUNY Buffalo State

The Council For Northeast Historical Archaeology: The Early Years, Budd Wilson

Northeast Historical Archaeology

Budd Wilson, one of the founders of CNEHA, served on its Executive Board from 1966-1986. What follows are Budd's personal reminiscences of the development of CNEHA over its first 20 years.---Ed.


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