Bathhouse (Other Keyword)

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1982 Archeological Investigations at the Taft House Site, (33HA431), William Howard Taft National Historic Site, Cincinnati, Ohio (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Leslie A. Perry.

The Taft House Site (33HA43) constitutes the main historical and cultural resource of the William Howard Taft National Historic Site, Cincinnati, Ohio. Located at 2038 Auburn Avenue, the house was the birthplace and boyhood home of the 27th President of the United States. The house and its accompanying property have witnessed extensive remodeling both during and subsequent to the Taft family occupation. Most recently, the deteriorating condition of the structure, particularly in the 1851 east...


An Archeological Reconnaissance of the Proposed U.S. 119 Realignment Project from Whitesburg to Poor Fork in Letcher County, Kentucky (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert B. Hand.

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Arqueología experimental en las termas romana sde San Juan de Maliaño (Camargo Cantabria-España) (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only María Luisa Ramos Sáinz. R Vigil. M Lacal. M Alcega.

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A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Norwood Fancy Farm Development, Anne Arundel County, Maryland (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeanne A. Ward.

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Expressions of Ethnicity in a Modern World, Archaeological and Historical Traces of Pre-WWII Japanese-American Culture (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lorelea Hudson.

Artifacts and structures produce data for historical archaeology. They can be used to construct chronologies, explore social arrangements, and identify function and ethnic groups.  Japanese men came as laborers to the Pacific Northwest in the late 19th century, working in logging camps, on the railroad, and in other industrial settings. By the early 20th century, Japanese families (re)turned to farming as they sought greater economic opportunity. Two such first generation Japanese families, the...


National Register of Historic Places Determination of Eligibility Report, Bacon Island Rural Historic District, San Joaquin County, California (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only M. L. Maniery.

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Shields’s Folly: A Tavern and Bathhouse in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Garrett Fesler. Paul Nasca.

Alexandria Archaeology recently completed excavation of a 12 ft. deep well feature located in the basement of a historic building in the Old Town section of Alexandria, Virginia.  The artifacts recovered from the well indicate that it was filled ca. 1820, when Thomas Shields operated the property as a tavern and bathhouse.  Shields most likely dug the well in order to draw water directly from the premises instead of hauling water from a public pump down the street.  Alas, the story does not have...