Tobacco (Other Keyword)

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Adaptation to the Chesapeake: the Evolution of the Virginia House, 1607-1750 (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Garry W. Stone.

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Archaeological Testing and Management of 11 Sites, Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina and associated correspondence
PROJECT J.W. Joseph.

Including a management summary, testing reports and preliminary memos, these documents present the results of Phase II archaeological testing of eleven sites on the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina. The eleven sites include: 38SU56, 38SU60, 38SU106, 38SU153, 38SU157, 38SU163, 38SU167, 38SU169, 38SU204, 38SU205, and 38SU230. Of these sites, seven are prehistoric and four are historic. The sites are located in the Coastal Plain of South Carolina. All of the sites are...


Archaeological Testing of 11 Sites, Poinsett Electronic Bombing Range, Shaw AFB, Sumter County, South Carolina (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ashley A. Chapman. Natalie Adams. Mark Swanson. Patrice White.

This report presents the results of Phase II archaeological testing of 11 sites on the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina (38SU56, 38SU60, 38SU106, 38SU153, 38SU157, 38SU163, 38SU167, 38SU169, 38SU204, 38SU205, 38SU230). Of these 11 sites, seven are prehistoric and four are historic. The sites are located in the Coastal Plain of South Carolina. All of the sites are located on land owned by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and the testing was conducted in order to assess...


Archaeology: at the Duke's Third Factory (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas C. Funk.

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Brief Survey of the Pipes and Smoking Customs of the Indians of the Northern Plains. (Reprinted From the Minnesota Archaeologist, 24(1), 1962) (1965)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert A. Murray.

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"Delicious Fathers of Abiding Friendship and Fertile Reveries":  Tobacco and Alcohol Consumption at Fort Yamhill and Fort Hoskins, Oregon, USA, 1856-1866. (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Justin E. Eichelberger.

The presence of beverage alcohol containers and smoking pipes recovered from Fort Yamhill and Fort Hoskins is undeniable evidence for the consumption of such indulgence items at these two military posts.  The historical and archival record is not only laden with evidence of this behavior but also suggests that these forts were punctuated by periods of the institutional acceptance and prohibition concerning the consumption of alcohol.  The spatial distribution of the alcohol related artifacts...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-062: Preliminary Report, Demonstration and Experimental Garden Studies 1979 and 1980 (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Rita Shuster.

Remains of corn, beans and squash recovered from prehistoric sites excavated in the Dolores Project area indicate that the Anasazi were successfully farming the area. To help answer questions about prehistoric farming practices, experimental gardens were planted in the project area in 1979 and 1980. These gardens were closely monitored and various experiments with different crops were conducted. Resultant yields from the gardens indicate that despite problems of low rainfall, insects, and a...


Early History of Tobacco (1913)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles Singer.

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Early Iconography of Tobacco (1944)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jerome E. Brooks.

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Edward Rhodes – His Booke: Examining trade routes, functions and vessel performance through primary source documents (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Scott A. Tucker.

Edward Rhodes was a seventeenth-century sailor involved in the English-Chesapeake tobacco trade. Little is known of his life, aside from a single, but extremely detailed document housed in the Bodleian library in Oxford. From 1670-1676, he kept a book describing his journeys back and forth across the Atlantic in four different ships, keeping information on daily positions and weather, but also functional aspects of trade, deaths aboard the ship, and other information as he saw fit. Daily...


Elements of Nativistic Pipe Ceremonialism in the Post-Contact Northeast (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William Turnbaugh.

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Hercules Site, Alleghany County, Virginia (1972)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Larry D. Johnson.

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An Historical Study of the Grand Portage, Grand Portage National Monument, Minnesota (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Alan R. Woolworth.

The major objective of this report is to “Conduce Research to Describe the Historical Character and Use of the Grand Portage.” This information will become a portion of a comprehensive holistic Trail Management Plan for the Grand Portage. The Scope of Work for this project lists and discusses a series of ten areas of research that relate directly to the history and uses of the portaqe over a time period of about two centuries from late prehistoric times to the early 19th century (c. 1600-1825).


Inhaling Prehistory: Exploring the Smoking Culture of the Eastern Woodlands (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephen Carmody. Ryan Hunt. Jera Davis. Natalie Prodanovich. Jon Russ.

Pipes, pipe-smoked plants, and the tradition of smoking in the Eastern Woodlands of North America have long interested anthropologists and archaeologists because these artifacts and activities are viewed as material correlates of ritual, ceremonial, and religious activities. While pipes are regularly recovered from archaeological sites, the remains of plants materials that were smoked are far more difficult to recover. Traditionally, the identification of pipe-smoked plants, such as tobacco,...


The John Hollister Site: Smoking and Money (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jasmine Saxon.

The success of Connecticut’s industrial history found its beginning in the hard-working farmers and tradesmen of the early 17th century. The John Hollister site, located in South Glastonbury, Connecticut, provides a unique snapshot into the mid-17th century when successful economic activity began developing in New England. The tobacco business created an economic boom in the New and Old Worlds and was quickly associated with wealth and affluence. Comparing tobacco pipe fragments excavated at the...


Management Summary of Phase II Testing of 11 Sites, Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ashley A. Chapman.

Archaeological testing of eleven sites was carried out by New South Associates at the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range (PECR), Shaw Air Force Base, in Sumter County, S.C> The fieldwork was conducted from December, 1999 to March, 2000 under the direction of Ashley A. Chapman. The purpose of these investigations was to definitely determine the National Register of Historic Places eligibility status of each of the eleven sites which had previously been identified by Kreia etal’s 1996 Phase I survey...


Nineteenth-Century Tobacco Economics and Lacandon Maya Culture Change (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joel W. Palka.

Tobacco became a major commodity in the Spanish colonies in the late colonial period. But the importance of tobacco increased in post-independence times when the new republics developed their economies and free markets. The ingestion of tobacco also reached new highs at this time. Lacandon Maya in the remote forests of Mexico and Guatemala entered globalization by mastering tobacco cultivation and exchange. The Lacandon produced superb, cheap tobacco that they traded for foreign goods. Tobacco...


Organic Analysis of Smoking Pipe Fragments and Residue Scrapings (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jon Russ. Ryan Hunt. Natalie Prodanovich.

Chemical analysis of organic residues from archaeological artifacts is shedding new light on past human activities. Here we report on the residue analysis of smoking pipe fragments and residues scraped from pipe sherds. Our goals were twofold: 1) to ascertain whether nicotine was present in the residues, thereby providing a positive indication for tobacco use; and 2) to identify the presence of other biomarkers that would allow us to establish which other plants were smoked, furthering our...


Phase I/II Investigations at Site 18HA030, Old Baltimore, Aberdeen Proving Ground (2002.018)
PROJECT Army -- Archaeology and Historic Preservation Program.

This project contains photographs of images of artifacts, architecture and an artifact inventory from Phase I/II investigations at Site 18HA030, Old Baltimore, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland US. Artifact images are organised onto resource pages by the following categories: ceramics, faunal, metals, pipes, prehistoric and miscellaneous.


Pipe Fragments, Old Baltimore, Aberdeen Proving Ground (2003)
IMAGE Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory.

Images of pipe fragments from the Old Baltimore Site, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, US


Pre-Historic Indian Pipes
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Fred Kinsey.

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Radiocarbon Dates for the Travis I Site, 39Co213 (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas W. Haberman.

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The Smoking of Bones: An Ethnographic Examination of the Maya’s Use of Tobacco and Tobacco Substitutes (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kerry Hull.

Epigraphic studies have confirmed what Classic period iconography has long shown—the Ancient Maya cultivated and smoked tobacco. Ethnographic studies among various Maya groups have brought to light a wide range of uses for tobacco, from pleasure, to healing, to witchcraft. In this paper I will address several lesser discussed topics related to tobacco. First, I will discuss ethnographic data relating to the use of other plants that are mixed with tobacco to alter its effects or tastes. Second, I...


The Smoking of Bones: An Ethnographic Examination of the Maya’s Use of Tobacco and Tobacco Substitutes (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kerry Hull.

Epigraphic studies have confirmed what Classic period iconography has long shown—the Ancient Maya cultivated and smoked tobacco. Ethnographic studies among various Maya groups have brought to light a wide range of uses for tobacco, from pleasure, to healing, to witchcraft. In this paper I will address several lesser discussed topics related to tobacco. First, I will discuss ethnographic data relating to the use of other plants that are mixed with tobacco to alter its effects or tastes. Second, I...


Some Prehistoric Michigan Pottery Pipes (1957)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Edward J. Wahla.

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