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Brother Jonathan goes to war: The archaeology of national identity along political borders
Collective identities are produced and reproduced both through the landscape and through the material culture of people's everyday lives. Political borders structure the relationship between people on both sides. The ...
"Success and competence will have crowned their efforts": The farmstead archaeology of western New York, c.1810--1910
This study examines the social, economic and material effects of the 19 th century agricultural revolution on three rural agrarian sites located in Erie County, New York, as compared to three similar sites located in ...