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This is an abstract from the "Zooarchaeology, Faunal, and Foodways Studies" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Cats and dogs have lived with humans for thousands of years. Our relationship with both species evolved and changed over time as their social importance in Euromerican culture shifted from being working animals to status symbols, especially during the 18th century. Unlike other domesticated species, their remains tend to be poorly...
Many Remedies to Choose From: Social Relationships and Healing in an Enslaved Community (2016)
When enslaved individuals fell ill, a plethora of cures were available from various sources. For instance, a planter could have a local doctor treat an enslaved woman, or she could treat herself through the use of medicines she purchased or plants she gathered. Whatever choice she made, however, did not occur in a vacuum. Rather, the social connections and relationships that structured her daily life shaped the way in which she sought to heal herself. So far, unfortunately, the interaction...
Ownership Marks and Social Relationships in Northwestern Alaska In Late Thule Times (1983)
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