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Analysis of the Mortuary Practices at the Norton Mounds Site (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert G. Kingsley.

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The Archaeology of Class, Status and Authority Within Mid-19th Century U. S. Army Commissioned Officers: Examples from Fort Yamhill and Fort Hoskins, Oregon 1856-1866 (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Justin E Eichelberger.

In 1856 Fort Yamhill and Fort Hoskins were established to guard the newly established Oregon Coast Reservation.  Charged with controlling traffic in and out of the northern part of the reservation these posts served as "post-graduate schools" for several officers who would later become high ranking generals during the American Civil War.  During their service these men, often affluent and well educated, held the highest social, economic and military ranks at these frontier military posts.  This...


A Consideration of the Social Organization of the Shell Mound Archaic (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Cheryl P. Claassen.

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Continuities of Imagery and Symbolism in the Art of the Woodlands (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David W. Penney.

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Data Recovery at the New Orleans General Hospital Site, 16 or 69 (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only R. Christopher Goodwin. Jill-Karen Yakubik.

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Drayton Hall: Preliminary Archaeological Investigation at a Low Country Plantation (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lynne G. Lewis.

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Elite formation and wet-rice access in the northern Philippine highlands (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Madeleine Yakal. Stephen Acabado.

Elite formation and development of cultural complexity in the Philippines have been considered to be a product of long-distance trade and interaction beginning at ca. AD 1000. Proxy indicators for this political shift have been based on increasing centralization of pottery production and consumption. In the highlands, however, we see an alternative basis for elite formation; one based on access to wet rice and the ability to sponsor feasts. In this paper, we explore the development of social...


From Rags to Riches: The Class, Status, and Power of Clothing Among Ancient Maya Women (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lisa DeLance.

Analysis of Maya female imagery has generally centered on the role of women as depicted on monumental architecture. While we understand these depictions to be tools of propaganda, they are often used to make assertions about the lived experience of ancient Maya women. In contrast to the analysis of highly politicized and highly public imagery depicted on monumental architecture, this paper examines depictions of feminine performance on a personalized medium: Maya painted vases. More...


Galaz Ruin: a Prehistoric Mimbres Village in Southwestern New Mexico (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roger Anyon. Steven A. Leblanc.

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The Gowen Farmstead: Archaeological Data Recovery at Site 40DV401(Area D), Davidson County, Tennessee (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Guy G. Weaver. Jeffrey L. Holland. Patrick H. Garrow. Martin B. Reinbold.

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Green Grove Plantation: Archaeological and Historical Research at the Kirlock Site (38Ch109), Charleston County, South Carolina (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard F. Carrillo.

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Historic Archeology at Star and Bourbon Plantations (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only R. Christopher Goodwin. Others.

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Identifying Status and Identity Through Material Remains: A Preliminary Report from the Hollister Site (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Megan K Willison.

This paper presents a preliminary analysis of the material remains and use of space at a seventeenth century fortified Euro-American domestic site located in present-day Glastonbury, CT.  At this site, questions related to status, material consumption, and trade are addressed through the analysis of glass, metallic, and European ceramic assemblages.  In addition to providing a preliminary overview of the types of European products recovered and their reuse patterns, this paper shall also explore...


Keeping the Light: Lighthouse Keepers, Status, and the St. Augustine Lighthouse (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only P. Brendan Burke.

In 1874 a new lighthouse tower was completed in St. Augustine, Florida to replace an older lighthouse imperiled by coastal erosion.  A brick triplex constructed at the station in 1876 provided housing for light keepers and their families. From 1874 until 1889, Head Keeper William Harn and his family occupied the station, living in the Keepers’ House. Archaeology undertaken at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum before, and during, construction work located a midden likely associated...


Living Near Beale Street in Postbellum Memphis: Data Recovery at 40SY611, Shelby County, Tennessee (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lynn M. Pietak. Jeffrey L. Holland.

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Marine Shells as Wealth Items in Mississippian Societies (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Guy Prentice.

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Material Expressions of Rank: Non-Verbal Communication Amongst Commissioned Officers at Fort Yamhill and Fort Hoskins, Oregon, 1856-1866 (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Justin E Eichelberger.

The 19th century U.S. Army was a hierarchically ranked subculture characterized by a caste-like system of institutional inequality.  Individual officers were commissioned into hierarchically ranked military classes, known as ranks, that were both authoritatively and socially distinct and within which each officer behaved in accordance with military discipline and a strict set of non-militaristic social norms.  This paper examines how commissioned officers at two mid-19th century U.S. Army posts...


New observations on antlers from Chu tombs (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Yunbing Luo.

Lacquered artifacts unearthed from Chu state tombs represent the highest achievements of the lacquer industry in the Eastern-Zhou period (770BC-221BC). Antlers form an important part of several typical Lacquered wood-wares unearthed from large and medium-sized Chu Tombs. Antler-wares mainly belong to three categories: (1) tomb-protecting beast (with two or four antlers inserted on the head), (2) lacquered wooden flying birds with tiger-shaped bases (with two antlers inserted on the bird waist),...


Slaves as Individuals: Variability in Status and Identity Among the Field Slave Houses at Colonels Island Plantation, Georgia (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Carolyn Rock.

Most archaeological studies of slave communities analyze structural remains and household debris to interpret lifeways of the enslaved occupants as a group, and perhaps how this group may have changed over time or how it differed from the lives of the overseer, the planter, or slaves in other communities. The assumption has been that most slaves within a community exhibit similar status and acquisition of goods. Our excavations of five dwellings within a nineteenth century field slave settlement...


Supplies, Status, and Slavery: Contested Aesthetics at the Haciendas of Nasca (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Brendan Weaver.

The coastal wine and brandy-producing estates owned by the Society of Jesus in Nasca held captive a large enslaved population in the 17th and 18th centuries. With a combined population of nearly 600 slaves of diverse sub-Saharan origins, San Joseph and San Xavier de la Nasca were the largest and most profitable of the Jesuit vineyards in the viceroyalty of Peru. These estates were also home to black freepersons and itinerant indigenous and mestizo wage laborers who engaged, exchanged goods,...


Use and Symbolism of Copper Axes in Tarascan Society during the Late Post-Classic Period in modern day Michoacán, México (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marcelo Ibarra López.

The cultural core of the Tarascan society settled in the region of what is now Michoacán, western Mexico. For the Tarascans, gathering firewood was a sacred activity, and the maintenance of a never-ending fire within their temples or "cues" was an essential part of their religion. This sacred element was an offering for their most venerated god, Curicaueri. Collecting wood was an activity so sacred that even the tools used to retrieve it were transformed into consecrated objects sharing the same...