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Community and Consumption: Immigrant Lives at Eckley Miners' Village (2021)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Aryn Neurock Schriner.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Archaeology of Meat and Ale (General Sessions)" , at the 2021 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Today, Eckley Miners’ Village in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, stands as the only mining town museum in the United States. Although the museum’s goal is to preserve and share the lived experience of the late nineteenth to early twentieth century coal patch town residents, the lives of the lowest-paid residents are overlooked....


Phase II/III Archeological Investigation, Reher Bakery Building Project, Reher Historical Site (A11140.001701), 99 and 101 Broadway, City of Kingston, Ulster County, NY (2013)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc..

Phase II/III report detailing the data retrieval excavations and research at the Reher site, a late 19th- to early 20th-century Jewish bakery and residence in Kingston, NY. Includes palynological report and artifact inventory in appendix.


Reher Bakery Historic Archaeological Site, Kingston, NY
PROJECT Uploaded by: Justin DiVirgilio

This project is based on Phase III data retrieval excavations and research conducted by Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc. on the late 19th- and early 20th-century Reher Bakery site, a Jewish-American kosher and bakery within the National Register-listed Rondout-West Strand historic district. Archaeologists discovered several features, including a very large brick cistern, possibly used in the production of sarsaparilla or elsewhere in the bakery. Project resources include the Phase III...


Reher Historic Site, Artifact Inventory (2013)
DATASET Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc..

Excel dataset for Reher Historic site, a late 19th- to early 20th-century Jewish bakery and residence in Kingston, NY.


Scale in Archaeological Interpretation and Information Management: An Example from Cape Cod, Massachusetts (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Francis McManamon.

This review of data from and interpretations about the archaeology of the outer Cape Cod area considers variation over time as new discoveries led to fuller explanations of the record in this area. Knowledge about the ancient past of the region is cumulative and colored by changes in the analytical perspective of researchers during the second half of the twentieth century. Archaeological data in this area has been brought to the surface, literally. through both purposeful archaeological...


A Settlement Ecology Approach to Examining the Transition to Commercial Farming in Upstate New York, 1855-1875 (2021)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Eric E. Jones. Emma Grace Sprinkle.

This is a poster submission presented at the 2021 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. This research combines agricultural census data, GIS-based spatial analyses of historic maps, and historic accounts to examine how and why farmers in Fenner, NY transitioned from subsistence to commercial production during 1855-1875. Traditional explanations cite the burgeoning consumer economy and progressive farming movements pushed by corporate entities as factors and propose farmers...


Some Ideas Concerning the Formulation of Research Designs and Excavation Methodologies On Boreal Forest Habitation Sites (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only C. S. Paddy Reid.

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Time for a Reboot: Some Unexpected Benefits from the Covid-19 Pandemic Closure at the New York State Museum (2021)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Andrea Lain. Michael T. Lucas. Kristin O'Connell. Susan Winchell-Sweeney.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Collections Management in the Age of COVID-19" , at the 2021 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. New York City, Westchester County, and other downstate areas were devastated by the coronavirus pandemic during March and April of 2020. The New York State government took necessary, responsible, and decisive measures to control the spread of the virus, flatten the curve, and save lives. Businesses and state agencies closed to...