1840S-1930S (Temporal Keyword)
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Emigrating from Alsace, a contested border region, to the contested frontier of Texas, many Alsatians had to adjust to life in the American West. This included maintaining their identities as Alsatians in the face of a changing landscape, which manifested through different ways in quotidian life, including choices in food. Through Number of Identified Specimen counts, researchers use faunal assemblages associated with habitation sites to identify patterns of the frequency with which various...
Phase I Cultural Resource Investigation of the Beech Grading / Paving Project(RS-7582-61-91), Warren County, Iowa (1997)
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