Abalone (Other Keyword)

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Abalone Shell, Broken Pots, Hearths, Windbreaks and Archival Research: Clues to Identifying 19th Century California Abalone Colection and Processing Sites on the Channel Islands (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Judy Berryman.

The Chinese abalone and fisheries in California developed in the late 1850s, flourished, and then delcined  in the early 1900s. The majority of California Chinese studies have focused on immigrant populations in established urban Chinatowns. Much less attention has been given to economic strategies and survival mechanisms associated with rural communities, specialized labor camps, or fishing camps. Many of these industries were first developed in the West by Chinese immigrants only to be taken...


Aboriginal Patterns of Trade Between the Columbia Basin and the Northern Plains (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gillette Griswold.

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Analysis of Shellworking Traces On Experimental and Archaeological Bladelet Drills (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert R. Peterson, Jr..

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An Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Development of Mason Valley Ranch Mason Valley, California. (1975)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David A. Bell.

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Life and Death on the Edge: 19th Century Chinese Abalone Fisheries on California’s Channel Islands (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Linda Bentz. Todd Braje.

Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, Chinese immigrants built the first commercial abalone fishery along the western edge of North America. These fishers harvested tons of abalone meat and shells from intertidal waters and shipped their products to markets in mainland China and America. Chinese abalone harvesting sites still are preserved on California’s Channel Islands, and over the last decade archaeologists have become increasingly interested in documenting the material record.  Using...


Site Record Update: SDi-5213 C&D. (1986)
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