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The 1839 Parker Academy: On the Frontier of Transformative Resistance and Social Justice (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 435402] Peggy Brunache. Sharyn Jones.

The Parker Academy, founded in 1839 in southern Ohio, was the first secondary school in the country to house multiracial, coeducational classrooms. Furthermore, several primary sources suggest it was also a participatory component of the Underground Railroad network. This paper highlights our findings of recent excavations and continuing archival research to explore how the school was a site of everyday resistance under a framework of transformative change through education for a multi-racial...


The 1983 Archaeological Investigations at the Ray House, Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, Missouri (1992)

DOCUMENT [ID: 375825] W.E. Sudderth.

The historic Ray House was an integral part of the Civil War Battle of Wilson's Creek in southwestern Missouri and served as the Confederate field hospital during the conflict. In order to facilitate the restoration of the structure for service as an interpretative facility for the battle, archeological excavations were undertaken during December, 1983. Deposition of refuse, principally under the piered portions of the House, appears to have been random. Furthermore, archeological investigation...


1991 Archaeological Excavations at the Charles Carroll House in Annapolis, Maryland, 18AP45, Vol. I (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 271486] George C. Logan. Thomas W. Boder. Lynn D. Jones. Marian C. Creveling.

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1991 Archaeological Excavations at the Charles Carroll House in Annapolis, Maryland, 18AP45, Vol. II (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 271485] George C. Logan. Thomas W. Bodor. Lynn D. Jones. Marian C. Creveling.

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1999 OHV Trails Surveyed in Bath County, for the Morehead Ranger District, Daniel Boone National Forest (1999)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 206115] Frank Bodkin.

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19th Century Austin (1970)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 75550] K. Hart.

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19th Century Ceramics in the Eastern Ozark Border Region (1979)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 195471] Cynthia R. Price.

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19th Century Ceramics in the Eastern Ozark Border Region (1979)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 148655] Cynthia R. Price.

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19th century industry in the American South: Scull Shoals Mill Village (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428733] Stacy J. Lundgren. James Wettstaed.

The shoals of the Oconee River have greatly influenced early American settlement and land use in Georgia, one of the United States’ original thirteen colonies.   Scull Shoals, a major river crossing in what is now Greene County, became the location of a small frontier settlement on the east bank of the Oconee River in the 1790s.  After the turn of the century, industry at the shoals included a water-powered grist mill and Georgia’s first paper mill.  In the following decades, mill operations at...


A 19th Century Military Landscape in Southern Maryland (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434295] Aaron M. Levinthal.

The Maryland State Highway Administration's recent archaeological investigations in Charles County have helped to increase the understanding of a landscape that directly contributed to events that shaped a developing nation. The discovery and study of several War of 1812 and Civil War sites and loci, all within close proximity of one another, the port town of Benedict, and major waterborne and overland transportation corridors, has provided insights on choices made by 19th century military...


19th Century Underground Drainage System at Liberty Hall, Frankfort, Kentucky (1979)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 175992] Robert P. Fay.

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19th Century Workhorses: The Examination of a Centerboard Schooner off Dog Island, Florida. (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 435055] Christopher Horrell.

Between 2001 and 2003, the Dog and St. George Islands Shipwreck Survey, a research project conducted by the Florida State University Program in Underwater Archaeology, investigated a mid-to-late 19th century wooden-hulled centerboard schooner.  This site, while integral to instructing students on the various methodologies and techniques utilized to conduct archaeological investigations underwater, provides a glimpse into the Gulf of Mexico’s maritime history and culture.  To date, the shipwreck...


21st Century Methods for a 19th Century World: GIS, Geophysical Survey, and Geoarchaeology in Washington, D.C. (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 435086] Charde Reid.

New and non-traditional techniques such as the geographic information system (GIS), geophysical survey, and geoarchaeology show great promise for investigating changing landscapes and urban deposition patterns. The Washington, D.C. Historic Preservation Office has begun implementing these non-invasive techniques as part of most Phase I investigations, especially in highly-developed areas. They are a cost-effective, efficient, and fast ways to identify areas of fill, buried stream channels,...


625 Broadway Historic Archaeological Site, Albany, NY

PROJECT [ID: 381438] Uploaded by: Justin DiVirgilio

Phase III data recovery at various contexts ranging from a 17th-c. trader's hut to 19th-c. industrial and commercial contexts at 625 Broadway, Albany, NY, in advance of the construction of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation headquarters. Topics covered in the analysis include 17th-c. colonial trade and contact, production of wampum, evidence of a city-wide fire in 1797, a dump of painted pearlware from about 1797, analysis of the early 19th-c. Albany Female Academy,...


An Account of a Visit to the Huacas, or Ancient Grave Yards of Chiriqui (1860)

DOCUMENT [ID: 4320] J Bateman.

This document describes the account of a visit to the Huacas in November of 1860.


Addendum, Phase III Archaeological Investigations at the Barbara Fritchie Tea Room, Frederick, Maryland (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 268868] Hettie L. Ballweber. Edward Otter.

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Additional Intensive Archeological Testing at the Oxon Hill Manor Site: An 18th Through 19th Century Plantation in Maryland (1985)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 166188] Silas D. Hurry. Maureen Kavanagh.

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Additional Phase IB Archaeological Survey and Historic Structures Survey Along US 113 from North of US 50 to Racetrack Road (MD 589), Worcester County, Maryland (1998)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 268939] Todd Cleveland. Paul A. Webb. Mark Chancellor. Jeffrey Holland.

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African American Life in Central Delaware, 1770-1940: Archaeology Combined with Documentary Research (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434609] Heidi Krofft. Jason Shellenhamer.

The historic farm site of Samuel Dale, an AME minister and leader in the African American community around Middletown, Delaware, was identified and evaluated for the U.S. Route 301 project.  The site was determined eligible, however, it was decided that a traditional data-recovery would not yield the greatest mitigation benefit.  Instead, a historic context detailing the African-American community in St. Georges Hundred from 1770-1940 was prepared to mitigate the impacts to the site.  The...


African Americans in a Dominican Cemetery: Social Boundaries of an Enclave Community (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428344] Kristen R. Fellows.

This paper presents preliminary findings from an aboveground study of a cemetery in Samaná, Dominican Republic. In 1824 approximately 200 African Americans left the United States for what was then Haiti, and established an enclave in a relatively isolated area of the island. Their Anglo surnames, Protestantism, and primary use of English have defined this community in relation to the neighboring Dominican and Haitian populations for over 150 years. Using spatial data from the town’s cemetery, I...


Agreement of 1842 and Its Effect Upon Seminole History (1977)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 128262] James W. Covington.

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Akulivikchuk: a Nineteenth Century Eskimo Village On the Nushagak River, Alaska (1970)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 130526] James W. Vanstone.

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Algarrobos_Laja_Path Shapefile (2010)

GEOSPATIAL [ID: 391399] Karen Holberg.

The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and develop and link them to associated digital archives. The original LEAP project was funded by the AHRC while the LEAP II, A Trans-Atlantic LEAP, was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This shapefile is part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg. All files associated with this record must be downloaded to ensure that the shapefile...


All The Single Ladies: Queering Race In The 19th Century Through The Materiality of African-American Female-Headed Households (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434170] Laurie A. Wilkie. Annelise E. Morris.

Unspoken in discussions of heteronormativity is not only the assumption that couples are straight, but also that they are white and middle class. Thus, by definition. as non-heteronormative households, black families can be considered queer. In this paper, we explore the ways that queer theory offers new intellectual opportunities and frameworks to explore archaeologies of race and racialization. Using case studies from 19th century Louisiana and Illinois, we will examine the households and...


All the Small Things: An Analysis of Small Finds at James Madison’s Montpelier Plantation (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 433786] Jeanne Higbee.

Over the past two decades, archaeology at Montpelier has provided a critical perspective into the lives of the enslaved individuals who lived and worked on the plantation. Excavations of the Montpelier Field Quarter and the South Yard have yielded a unique opportunity to further our understanding of the cultural impact on the landscape. Small finds, such as sewing and smoking implements are examples of important domestic artifacts found at many of these excavations. The proposed research will...

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