1850-Present (Temporal Keyword)

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Black Oak Mine School District / Greenwood Community R and PP (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Dean Decker.

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Recreating Historic Photography as a Tool for Archaeologists (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Steven Holm.

Historic photography is often beautiful and steeped in history but can also be used as a tool for archaeologists in relocating structures, identifying features, and situating historic places within their modern and captured viewsheds. Photographing a site is paramount nowadays for documenting the archaeological record. We have the opportunity to exploit historic photographs for additional data beyond site documentation that can lead to better research designs, excavation planning, and site...

Staying True to Our Roots… in Public: Critical Public Archaeology As Working Class Activism (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only V. Camille Westmont.

This is an abstract from the "Communicating Working Class Heritage in the 21st Century: Values, Lessons, Methods, and Meanings" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. American working class and labor history is a history of resistance and discontent, with many of the most recognizable names – Cesar Chavez, Mother Jones, Joe Hill – having achieved notoriety specifically because they refused to follow the status quo. As archaeologists tasked with...

Voices Amid the Stone Trees: Historic Era Rock Art and Inscriptions of Petrified Forest National Park (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Maxwell Forton.

Petrified Forest National Park is recognized for its rich fossil deposits, stunning vistas, and Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites. Almost lunar in appearance, the arid landscape is often depicted and perceived as a primordial wilderness frozen in time.  However, recently archaeologists have recorded and researched a range of historic era inscriptions and petroglyphs in the park’s backcountry. Despite documenting the presence of a diverse array of peoples upon this landscape, historic...