Industrialization (Other Keyword)

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Above-ground Archaeology Of Industrial And Post-Industrial Detroit (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Amanda Sosnowski. Suzanne Spencer-Wood.

A survey of Detroit’s ruins reveals the spread of industrial decline among all kinds of sites, and the post-industrial transformation of urban landscapes. Maps show the spread of abandonment from factories to other businesses, transportation sites, and residential areas, including schools and police stations. Photos of abandoned buildings show the processes of decay and ruination, from vandalism to the weather. What can Detroit teach archaeologists about the interpretation of material evidence...


Anthropology of Settlement in Goshen, Connecticut (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Russell G. Handsman.

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Appendix C, Cultural Resources--Social and Physical Context, Part of a Stage IA Cultural Resource Survey for the Hudson County Sewage Authority 210 Wastewater Facility Plan--District I, Jersey City, North Bergen, Secaucus, and Kearny (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Edward S. Rutsch. Michael N. Gimigliano. Ralph J. Leo. Brian H. Morrell.

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The Birely Tannery: Historic and Archeological Investigation into the Workings of a Late 19th Century Tannery Located in the City of Frederick, Maryland (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Hoffman.

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Chesapeake Bay Heritage Contexts: a Natural and Cultural Resource Framework (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only United States Department of Interior / National Park Service.

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Headstone Material and Cultural Expression: An Archaeological Examination of North Carolina Grave Markers (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Simon H. Goldstone.

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a shift from marble headstones to granite has been observed across the United States and in parts of Canada, as well.  The goal of this study is to determine when this shift in headstone material occurred in North Carolina, and what factors contributed to this transition.  Another objective is to determine how this shift impacted the expression of cultural meaning in North Carolina cemeteries.   By examining how the shift from marble to granite caused...


Industrial Process, Place Theory, and Conservatism as Evidenced in the Archaeological Remains of a Nineteenth Century Tannery in Frederick, Maryland (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Hoffman.

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Industrialization, Deforestation, and Socioeconomic Dynamics in Ash Grove, Missouri 1880s-1930s. (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elizabeth A. Sobel. F. Scott Worman.

This is an abstract from the "POSTER Session 1: A Focus on Cultures, Populations, and Ethnic Groups" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Our study explores socioeconomic and environmental dimensions of industrial development around Ash Grove, Missouri in the 19th and 20th centuries. Euroamericans and enslaved African Americans began settling this part of southwest Missouri in the 1820s, establishing a farm-based economy. From 1881 through the 1930s,...


Irresistible Corruption: A Paelopathalogical Examination of Lead Poisoning and Its Shaping of the Mortality and Morbidity Profile of an Urban Industrial Period Quaker Population in North-East England (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas M Ostrander. Charlotte Robberts. Janet Montgomery. Chris Ottley.

This study examined the prevalence, degree and effect of lead poisoning amongst people fromNewcastle-upon-Tyne(1711-1857). Tooth enamel samples of fifty individuals were analyzed using ICP-MS. Possible osteological expressions of lead exposure were recorded: reduced stature, dental caries, Harris lines, anemia, vitamin D deficiency and vitamin C deficiency. 96% of people had clinically defined lead poisoning as non-adults. Statistically significant relationships were found between severe lead...


Machine Age Maya: the Industrialization of a Guatemalan Community (1958)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Manning Nash.

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Market Street Site District, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: a Case Study in Urban Archaeology (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only J. Stephen Alexandrowicz. Susan R. Alexandrowicz.

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Modernization in Transportation: Archaeological Study of a Narrow Gauge Railway from Yucatán’s Gilded Age, Mexico (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hector Hernandez.

In the century after Independence, Yucatán experienced unprecedented industrial, economic, and social transformation derived from henequen production and export. During the presidency of Porfirio Díaz (1876-1911), an ambitious modernization project was launched to unify the nation. It fomented capitalist industrialization of all production sectors, the introduction of railroads, and the opening of new commercial markets. Yucatecan hacendados obtained federal concessions and invested in the...


Phase III Data Recovery at the Birely Tannery (18FR575), City of Frederick, Maryland (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ronald A. Thomas. Kenneth Baumgardt. Merle Dunn. Robert F. Hoffman.

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Smith Hill, Providence, Statewide Historical Preservation Report P-P-4 (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William M. Woodward.

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