Michilimackinac (Other Keyword)

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Feminist Approach To Historical Archaeology: Eighteenth-Century Fur Trade Society at Michilimackinac (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elizabeth M. Scott.

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Gentlemen On the Frontier: a Pictorial Record of the Culture of Michilimackinac (1964)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Eugene T. Petersen.

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Michilimackinac and the Modern World: The View from an English Trader's House (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lynn L.M. Evans.

Archaeological excavations have taken place at Michilimackinac every summer since 1959, pre-dating the Society for Historical Archaeology.  The project and its approaches have evolved along with the discipline.  This paper examines current research at an English trader's house within the fort.  His wide range of ceramics and other goods provide insight into the cosmopolitan nature of life on the edge of the eigteenth-century British empire.