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Rock Island Historical Indian Archaeology in the Northern Lake Michigan . Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Rock Island Historical Indian Archaeology in the Northern Lake Michigan Basin. Kent State University Press, Kent, O. oogle Scholar. Mason, R. P. and Mason, C. L. (1993). Craft Industries at Fort Michilimackinac: An Eighteenth Century Fur Trade Outpost. Personal adornment and interlaced identities at the Sherburne site, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press. More by Robert C. Toast to the Fur Trade: A Picture Essay on Its Material.

by Robert C. Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press.

Minnesota Historical Archaeology Series No. 3. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society. The middle ground: Indians, empires and the republics in the Great Lakes region 1650–1815. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. The woman who married a beaver: trade patterns and gender roles in the Ojibway fur trade. Ethnohistory, 46(1), 109–147.

The Material Culture of Steamboat Passengers: Archaeological Evidence from the Missouri River (The Springer Series in Underwater Archaeology) Springer.

Underwater archaeology is archaeology practiced underwater.

Diving archaeologists devoted the 1960s largely to overcoming some of the inherent problems of working at depth .

Diving archaeologists devoted the 1960s largely to overcoming some of the inherent problems of working at depth, especially on the deeper, usually better-preserved wrecks that require decompression dives, which limit the amount of time an excavator can spend on a site in any given da. The experimental archaeology of early ships has a long history, from the replica of the Gokstad ship that crossed the Atlantic for exhibition at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893, through a more recent replica of a faering (small boat propelled by two pairs of oars) found with the Gokstad ship (McGrail 1974) to the variously scaled sailing replicas of the.

Since the inception of fur trade archaeology, scholars have struggled to understand these relationships: from .

Since the inception of fur trade archaeology, scholars have struggled to understand these relationships: from acculturation models to practice- an. .Paper presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Meetings.

As archaeologists, we need to think about how the concept of hyperobject might transform our approaches to archaeological artifacts

As archaeologists, we need to think about how the concept of hyperobject might transform our approaches to archaeological artifacts. I expect that this book will be widely read by archaeologists interested in the modern period.

Minnesota Prehistoric Archaeology Series No. 2, Minnesota Historical Society, St. 1974 The Archaeology of the Snake River Region in Minnesota. Prehistoric Archaeology Series, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Cooper, Leland and Elden Johnson. 1964 Sandy Lake Ware and Its Distribution. 1982 Where Two Worlds Meet: The Great Lakes Fur Trade. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. 1992 The Grand Portage Story.

The Quetico-Superior Underwater Research Project, which is the subject of this volume, is engaged in searching for fur trade artifacts primarily in the waters of the lakes and streams along what is now the Minnesota-Ontario border.